Latino Youth Support Historic Nomination of Female African American Governor in Georgia

The African-American candidate Stacey Abrams made history by winning the democratic primary for governor in Georgia, a deep-south state with a tradition of racial segregation and where Trump won by a five-point margin in the last presidential race. The majority of Latinos voted for Abrams due her progressive policies and also thanks to a voter registration and mobilization campaign targeting Latino youth, who were urged to defend their families at the ballot box against anti-immigrant policies. Sebastian Saavedra has this report from Atlanta.

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