Suzanne Gamboa

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Political Editor for NBC News Latino

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After President Obama's re-election four years ago, the Republican National Committee officially declared its intention to reach out to the growing Latino electorate.

The Potential Power of Latinos in 2016

After President Obama's re-election four years ago, the Republican National Committee officially declared its intention to reach out to the growing Latino electorate.

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