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October 5th, 2012
09:27 AM ET

Soledad O'Brien on the Latino vote: will it make or break the election?

Election Day is fast approaching with just a month to spare. With the first presidential debate of the 2012 election now in the books, the candidates are facing their last few chances to sway voters in their favor. One key demographic both President Obama and Mitt Romney have tried to court is the Latino population. Many pollsters predict the Latino vote will make a difference in several of the most contested “battleground states”, so will Latino voters decide who will win in November? Soledad O’ Brien explores the possibility in depth in a new documentary, “Latino in America: Courting Their Vote.” She comes to “Early Start” this morning to discuss the issue.

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  1. Dee Caines

    WHY is there absolutely little to no comment made on Romney's faith? While the "lower eschalon", it' recorded, are really not even "enlightened" about the "whacko" beliefs and practices of the upper eschalon of the faith, it's still a matter of recorded expose' by credible ex-members of the cult! Everything from the holy underwear to "the sealed" to their belief in many gods.....and not a word about it! Nothing could be more anti-Christ than the apex of this faith!

    Also, his strong ties to Mexico and his own statement in an earlier video of how the United States needs to take responsibility and wage war on the drug lords of Mexico! Another war?

    Where is all this being covered? I know for certain I won't find it on Fox!

    And further, I'm not so sure I wouldn't have done precisely as the president did during the debate this week.....be still and let him hang himself, and that he did!

    October 5, 2012 at 1:36 pm | Reply

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