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Latino Votes Seen as Ripe for the Picking in 2024

Political analysts say Republicans must start campaigning on issues outside of their ‘traditional wheelhouse’ if they expect to obtain a larger margin of victory with Hispanics, specifically young voters.

Latinos are now the second-largest voting bloc in the country, and both parties battle to woo them.

Latinos are now the second-largest voting bloc in the country, and both parties battle to woo them. AP/Eric Gay

CLARA PREVE-DURRIEUIMAGE

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CLARA PREVE-DURRIEU

Ms. Preve-Durrieu is a staff reporter at the New York Sun. She is a bilingual journalist who has reported from several countries including Australia and India. She has a master's degree in journalism from the University of Southern California and a bachelor's degree in social communications from Universidad Austral, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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