Candidates Court Latino Evangelicals Democratic and Republican candidates alike are trying to recruit this growing subset of the population is getting attention. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Leadership Conference, discusses why they are so special.
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Candidates Court Latino Evangelicals

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Candidates Court Latino Evangelicals

Candidates Court Latino Evangelicals

Candidates Court Latino Evangelicals

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Hispanic voters have been actively courted by both Democratic and Republican candidates. But a growing subset of their population is getting attention. Alex Chadwick talks with Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Leadership Conference, about Latino evangelical voters.