The Latino Electorate in 2010: More Voters, More Non-Voters

Written by Dane Lutes-Koths on . Posted in Report Center


Latino Voters

Latino Voters

According to the Census Bureau, 50.5 million Hispanics were counted by the 2010 Census, which is 16.3% of the nation’s population. However, less than 7% of voters in the mid-term elections were latino.

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Dane Lutes-Koths

Alcance Media Group’s Account Executive for the Western U.S., Dane Lutes-Koths is a life-long student of language and culture. A Berkley, California native, Dane learned Spanish from an eight-year-old boy on the train to the Copper Canyon and from angry fishermen while working the graveyard shift at the Taqueria San Blas north of Mazatlan, Mexico.

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