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Latest Latino Decisions Poll Shows Obama Lead Expands Again

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The President's lead over Mitt Romney with Hispanic voters has reached its widest point in the ten weekly tracking polls Latino Decisions has conducted this year. He is up 73 to 21% a 2 point improvement over last week and 18 points better than after the Republican National Convention. 8% of Hispanic voters have already cast their votes and only 2% of those polled say they will probably not vote. The number saying they are more enthusiastic this year than in 2008 also jumped from 40% to 45%, the highest point this cyclehttp://www.latinodecisions.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Tracker-toplines-week-10.pdf, indicating that Latino voter turnout will be high.

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    Citizenship status issues may present problems for some Georgia voters

    Paola Diaz was eager to vote for the first time since becoming a U.S. citizen in 2010, so she carried her passport, voter card, naturalization papers and other documents with her to the polling place at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, only to learn her name was flagged in local records.

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