REPORT: Latino group launches committee to defeat Trump, targeting 6 states
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A new super PAC is focusing on organizing Latino voters in six key states as part of an effort to vote President Trump out of office, the group announced Monday.
American Latinos United, led by former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (D) and entrepreneur Fernando Espuelas, will use targeted messaging across digital platforms in specifically identified battleground states to urge Latino voters to vote for the Democratic presidential nominee in November.
The article goes on to state the following:
American Latinos United said it will use targeted technology, culturally appropriate messaging and on-the-ground activation to turn out voters in the six targeted states: Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
— The Hill (@thehill) January 13, 2020
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