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AND BARACK AS WELL

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The Wall Street Journal reports on how the Obama camp is courting Latino voters as well.

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  1. Legal and waiting's Avatar
    This is very interesting. I think Obama has a real chance if he manages to position himself as a son of an immigrant and being familiar with the struggle of poor people all over the world.
  2. paul's Avatar
    Not really. He has no chance in the south and midwest, where nobody votes for a candidate who isn't a protestant white male.
  3. Legal and waiting's Avatar
    I think you are underestimating Midwest. MN voted a muslim into Congress, by the way.
  4. paul's Avatar
    MN is not midwest. MN is considered more Canadian than Canada. Big difference!
  5. paskal's Avatar
    Is IL not the midwest either then?
    BTW MN has a republican senator and governor and Bush in 04 thought he had a real chance to win there.
    Kerry took much of the upper midwest and MO unseated a sitting Republican senator. The southern midwest may be more like it's southern neighbors but you can hardly tar a whole region with the same brush...

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