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‘Silent Majority’ of Latinos Poised to Swing 2016 Election

The polls have tightened in the last remaining days of the 2016 presidential campaign, spurring renewed optimism among Donald Trump’s supporters that the GOP...
Gage Skidmore
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Hillary Clinton Appears to Gain Late Momentum on Surge of Latino Voters

Hispanic voters in key states surged to cast their ballots in the final days of early voting this weekend, a demonstration of political power...
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Early Voters Give Hillary Clinton Much Needed Firewall in Swing States

If early voting in key battleground states is any indication, the Republican nominee may be dead in the water before the polls open Tuesday...
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Florida Moving Faster From Battleground To Blue? Thanks, Donald.

If the Republican Party’s challenge in winning the White House could be boiled down to a single image, it might be the 2-foot-by-3-foot sign...
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Nevada’s Early Vote Ends With Massive Democratic Surge

Friday marked the end of early voting in the battleground state of Nevada, and the final returns brought decidedly good news for Democratic presidential...
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Donald Trump Can’t Count on Those ‘Missing White Voters’

Donald J. Trump and his supporters hope to overcome sweeping demographic shifts by rallying the support of “missing white voters” — disaffected, conservative populists...
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Trump, Waking a ‘Sleeping Giant,’ Helps Clinton Build an Unlikely Firewall

Since moving to Arizona 15 years ago, Nieves Lorenzo watched as Hispanics grew in numbers but only haltingly asserted themselves as a political force....
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