In 2016, an estimated 13.1 million Latino voters are expected to cast a ballot. We look at the growing influence of the Latino vote and who makes up this demographic.
Diane and her guests put the Bush-Kerry contest in historical perspective, comparing today’s campaigns, candidates, and issues to those of the past, and analyzing the significance and implications of the similarities and differences.
- Mario Cuomo former governor of New York
- Lee Edwards distinguished fellow in conservative thought at the Heritage Foundation
- David Halberstam journalist, historian, and author
- Newt Gingrich former Republican congressman from Georgia and Speaker of the House.
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