Sergio Bustos

Miami Herald

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Political Editor of the Miami Herald

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Outside the Versailles restaurant in Miami last night, Cuban-Americans protested and argued over President Obama’s decision to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba.

Cuba, Florida and a Changing Political Landscape

Outside the Versailles restaurant in Miami last night, Cuban-Americans protested and argued over President Obama’s decision to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba.

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Republican strategists have known for years that it's time to reach out to Latinos, the fastest-growing voting bloc in the nation.

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Republican strategists have known for years that it's time to reach out to Latinos, the fastest-growing voting bloc in the nation.

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Republican talk about an electric border fence, e-verify and deportation was one thing in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.

Republican Candidates and Latino Voters

Republican talk about an electric border fence, e-verify and deportation was one thing in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.

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