The newest CLACLS report studies the upcoming senatorial race in Texas. Latinos in that state now are as numerous as non-Hispanic whites in the state. However, while over 62% of non-Hispanic whites voted in the 2016 presidential election, only 40% of eligible Latino voters went to the polls.
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