Northeast Ohio's Latino voting population strong, vibrant

6:56 PM, Oct 18, 2012   |    comments
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Every vote counts in Northeast Ohio and this year the nation is focused on one particular community.

This upcoming election, Hispanic voters hold more weight than they ever have before and they're hanging on every word of the candidates.

The latest study shows Latinos now account for more than half the nation's population growth and they make up 16 percent of the country today.

They are on a pace to represent 30 percent by the year 2050 and they're growing every election.

We asked the community leaders and voters, does the community tend to sway Democratic or Republican?

All of them said it's split down the middle and that they think this election will come down to the wire.

WKYC-TV

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