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Democratic presidential candidates invited to Latino forum

Seattle Times Wednesday, 10 July 2019 ()
WASHINGTON (AP) — Latino Victory Fund is inviting Democratic presidential candidates to speak at a forum in San Juan, Puerto Rico on Nov. 6 ahead of the 2020 Democratic primary season. The fund, a political action committee aimed at increasing Latino representation at every level of government, shared a copy of the invitation letter with […]
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