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A growing Hispanic vote still favors GOP

By Dario Moreno
March 7, 2004

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It is impossible to understand Florida politics without taking into account the rising political influence of its Hispanic population. Hispanics are the state's largest minority group, comprising 16.8 percent of the total population of 16 million. They are also a sizable portion of the state's voters. Hispanics make up 11 percent of Florida's electorate, a number that has important implications ... (Full Article: 690 Words)

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