A grassroots movement to bring Hispanic voters to the polls

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

As the presidential candidates work to court the growing Hispanic population, the National Latino Congreso, a minority activism group, is registering Hispanic voters like never before. The Takeaway talks with two organizers about what they're doing to bring the powerful bloc to the voting booth come November.
Guests: Alvaro Fernandez, voter registration organizer for the National Latino Congreso in Florida, and Jaime Chavez, voter registration organizer for the National Latino Congreso in New Mexico

Contributors:

Jonathan Topaz

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