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Latino voters took on Trump’s fear-mongering, and we won
On Nov. 6, voters like Yolanyelis Torres and Emily Chabla shifted the balance of power in this country. Yolande is is a young, stay-at-home mother with five children. She lives in Allentown, Pa., and wants her kids to have a better life than she did. Emily, the U.S. born daughter of immigrants from Ecuador, is a college student and lives in Union, N.J. Both were first-time voters this year, and on Tuesday, along with voters all over the United States, they went to the polls to reject Trump’s hateful rhetoric and to demand respect and dignity for all. Voters like Yolaneylis and Emily were part of a surging Latino electorate that helped flip the House of Representatives and win key elections around the country on Tuesday.
JAVIER H. VALDES
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