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Ana Temu of Colorado Latinos Rise, a progressive political action committee, says her campaign polled over 17,000 Latino voters this year about issues that matter to them. Meredith Turk/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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Sheriff Joe Arpaio, seen here at a rally for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump earlier this month, is now facing criminal charges from federal prosecutors over his immigration patrols. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Republican field organizer Sergio Arellano and a volunteer canvass in Nogales, Ariz. Jude Joffe-Block/KJZZ hide caption

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Wooing Latino Voters On The Border In The Year Of Trump

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Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio campaigns for Donald Trump in Phoenix in August. Ralph Freso/Getty Images hide caption

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A Local Sheriff's Race Is Drawing National Attention And A Hefty Price Tag

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People in the audience cheer as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign event at a high school in Phoenix in March 2016 ahead of the Arizona primary. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Is Arizona A Swing State This Year?

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Construction workers pour concrete at 1 a.m. in Chandler, Ariz. Sarah Ventre/KJZZ hide caption

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When The Going Gets Hot, Construction Workers Get Nocturnal

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Navajo miners work at the Kerr-McGee uranium mine at Cove, Ariz., on May 7, 1953. AP hide caption

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For The Navajo Nation, Uranium Mining's Deadly Legacy Lingers

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Donald Trump campaigns in Arizona in December 2015. Ralph Freso/Getty Images hide caption

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Ahead Of Arizona Primary, Business Community Fears Trump Will Inspire Backlash

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A voter marks a ballot for the New Hampshire primary Feb. 9 inside a voting booth at a polling place in Manchester, N.H. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Independent Voters In Colorado, Florida And Arizona

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Saudi Hay Farm In Arizona Tests State's Supply Of Groundwater

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