Matt Barreto

Latino Decisions / UCLA

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Co-founder of the polling firm Latino Decisions and Professor of Chicano/a Studies and Political Science at UCLA; co-author of Latino America: How America’s Most Dynamic Population Is Poised to Transform the Politics of the Nationformer professor of political science at the University of Washington;

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California is the largest of the 14 states voting on Super Tuesday. Any candidate hoping to win some of the state’s 415 delegates must appeal to the huge Latinx voter population here.

Bernie Sanders gains popularity among California’s Latinx voters, poll shows

California is the largest of the 14 states voting on Super Tuesday. Any candidate hoping to win some of the state’s 415 delegates must appeal to the huge Latinx voter population here.

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In 1994, California passed Prop 187, which sought to deny people without documentation access to public healthcare, social services and education.

The legacy of Prop 187

In 1994, California passed Prop 187, which sought to deny people without documentation access to public healthcare, social services and education.

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Several polls released before the California primary suggested Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton were in a tight race, but those polls were off -- way off. What happened?

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Several polls released before the California primary suggested Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton were in a tight race, but those polls were off -- way off. What happened?

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