Author: Close enough to see it
Date: Jun 8, 2010 07:49
On Jun 4, 2:48 pm, John Manning terra.com.br> wrote:
> "The numbers don't lie," said Republican pollster
> Whit Ayres. "If Republicans don't figure out how
> to do better among Hispanics, they are not going
> to be arguing about winning back Florida in the
> presidential race. They are going to be talking
> about how not to lose Texas."
> LOS ANGELES California Hispanics who registered to vote since the last
> midterm election are less likely to be Republican than those who
> registered just four years earlier, according to an analysis of party
> affiliation released Friday.
> The report by the nonpartisan National Association of Latino Elected and
> Appointed Officials, or Naleo, also shows Hispanics the fastest-growing
> voter bloc are increasingly prone to register as independent, mirroring
> the trend among all voters.
> Among California Latinos who registered between the 2002 and 2006
> midterm elections, 23%% were Republican, 50%% were Democrats and 23%% ...