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The lightning-rod issue—and what politicians plan to do about it—is a major concern for Latinos, regardless of their own residency status.
The sun struggles against the thick fog rolling in from the ocean as I go to air in Jacksonville, Fla. It’s the day after a Republican debate, and I am having breakfast at a beachside diner with political pundits on my CNN morning show, Starting Point. We’re discussing the critical role Latino voters will play in the Florida GOP primary.
Everyone is talking about the impact that Latinos can have on this year’s election—let’s not prove them wrong by staying home in November.
Julian and Joaquin Castro get a lot of attention for being identical twins, but also for being young, Texan political players with dual Democratic agendas—double the trouble for anyone challenging the ascendance of Latinos onto the national political stage.
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