TomÃ¡s Rivera Policy Institute Projects a 20% Increase in US Latino Vote in 2008
December 21st, 2007
Posted by Danny Allen
The TomÃ¡s Rivera Policy Institute released a report (pdf) projecting that the number of US Latino voters in the 2008 elections will be 20% higher than in 2004, an increase in over 1.8 million voters to a total of 9.3 million
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Considering that just those 1.8 million new voters is about half the margin of victory President Bush had in the popular vote in the 2004 election, that is a significant number. It will be interesting to see how candidates and political parties reach out to this substantial voting bloc as the 2008 campaigns heat up.