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This is why Virginia gubernatorial candidates are vying for Latino votes

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This is why Virginia gubernatorial candidates are vying for Latino votes

This is why Virginia gubernatorial candidates are vying for Latino votes

Amid an uptick in support for Republicans among the reliably Democratic-leaning demographic, Virginia gubernatorial candidates fight for Latino support.

CNN’s Boris Sanchez reports.


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