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CQ Future: The Latino vote

Latinx supporters attend a Biden/Harris Nevada Hispanic Legislative Caucus and supporters on horseback rally at the Walnut Community Center's early voting location.
Latinx supporters attend a Biden/Harris Nevada Hispanic Legislative Caucus and supporters on horseback rally at the Walnut Community Center's early voting location. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

The Latino vote played a big part in President Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump in November, especially in battleground states like Arizona and Nevada. In others, Latino voters helped oust Democratic incumbents. So, is there a Latino voting bloc? CQ Roll Call’s Shawn Zeller tried to answer that question with Carlos Odio the founder, EquisLabs, a firm that uses data to get at what motivates America’s diverse Latino community.

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