In Georgia, Latinos Could Decide Contested Election

The State of Georgia has broken its early voting records, and Latinos are playing no small part. This traditionally conservative state has emerged as a battleground where the nation’s presidential and Senate candidates are locked in a virtual tie. Thus, although the Latino vote represents just five percent of the electorate, today it is positioned to give the winner the margin of victory. Yemille Castejón reports from Atlanta about this and the last-minute efforts to get out the vote among Latinos.

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