Latino Voters and the 2004 Elections Senators taking Spanish classes and bilingual debates are just a few signs of the growing political clout of Latino voters. In a live broadcast from Phoenix, Ariz., NPR's Neal Conan leads a discussion on efforts to capture the Latino vote.

Guests:

Rodolfo de la Garza
* Professor of Political Science at Columbia University in New York * Vice President of Tomas Rivera Policy Institute in Los Angeles

Frank Guerra
* Republican Strategist

Rep. Bob Menendez (D-NJ)
* Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus
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Latino Voters and the 2004 Elections

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Latino Voters and the 2004 Elections

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Senators taking Spanish classes and bilingual debates are just a few signs of the growing political clout of Latino voters. In a live broadcast from Phoenix, Ariz., NPR's Neal Conan leads a discussion on efforts to capture the Latino vote.

Guests:

Rodolfo de la Garza
* Professor of Political Science at Columbia University in New York * Vice President of Tomas Rivera Policy Institute in Los Angeles

Frank Guerra
* Republican Strategist

Rep. Bob Menendez (D-NJ)
* Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus