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Sanders’ bond with Latinos gets first test of many in Nevada

Seattle Times Saturday, 15 February 2020
LAS VEGAS (AP) — When the Bernie Sanders for President campaign set up shop in Las Vegas last July, its first move was to open an office in the city’s east side, the heart of the Latino community. Staffers decorated the stark space with brightly colored paper banners known as “papel picado” and threw an […]
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