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Latinos have, historically, participated in elections at low rates. Some Latinos are non-citizens. Others, like many Americans, are fed up with the political process. And still others lack the resources to vote or don’t want to vote while feeling ill-informed. But Gary Segura of the polling firm Latino Decisions says there are some bright spots when you look at the Latino electorate, starting with the enthusiasm of younger voters.

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Gary SeguraGary Segura is a founder & principal at Latino Decisions and a political science professor at Stanford University.

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