Video: Capturing the Latino Vote

Tuesday’s Dispatch Live focused on the myth of the Latino vote monolith. Jamie Weinstein kicked things off by speaking to Mark Hugo Lopez, director of race and ethnicity research at Pew Research Center. Then, Mike Madrid, co-host of the Latino Vote podcast, and Julio Cotto, senior vice president of the National Hispanic Institute, joined Jamie and Victoria Holmes for a discussion on the generational divides between voting patterns. David Drucker and Jose Mallea of LIBRE wrapped things up by talking about their on-the-ground experience with campaigns and voting initiatives.

On the Agenda:

  • Latino voting demographics in America
  • Polling numbers: on paper versus on the ground
  • Generational divides
  • Where faith plays a role
  • The Latino conservative
  • Reports from the campaign trail

Show Notes:

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