Recent polls suggest that Latinos are dissatisfied with both major political parties and less than enthusiastic about the upcoming Presidential election. Politically, many assume that the Democratic Party will gain the Hispanic vote, but with recent shifts in the demographic landscape, how valid is that assertion? How will large Latino populations in states like Arizona and Florida affect the outcome of the presidential race?
Maria Cardona, Democratic Strategist and Principal, Dewey Square Group Leslie Sanchez, Author and Political Analyst
Maria Teresa Kumar, Executive Director, Voto Latino
Michael Scherer, White House Correspondent, TIME Magazine
Jose Diaz-Balart, Anchor, Telemundo (moderator)
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