On the eve of primary elections in seven states, political analysts focus on key races and issues in the primaries in California and New Mexico, where Latino voters are poised to play a decisive role in the outcome. The discussion includes a look into the Latino electorate numbers and potential impact, and statewide and congressional races to watch. Also, experts comment on California’s open primary elections and how this way of voting, could affect some Latino candidates looking to gain a place in the November elections.
Guests: Arturo Vargas, Executive Director, National Association of Latino Elected and Designated Officials – NALEO, Los Angeles, CA, www.naleo.org ; Lydia Camarillo, Vice President, Southwest Voter Registration and Education Project, San Antonio, TX, www.svrep.org
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