Some people want to believe whoever wins the Hispanic vote wins the White House. President George W. Bush won 40-percent of the Hispanic vote in 2004. In Lee County there are more than 90-thousand Hispanics. But only 20-thousand of them are registered to vote. And if there’s a repeat of 2004 then many of those voters may not even go to the polls tomorrow. WGCU’s Luis Hernandez spoke some of the county’s Hispanic leaders to find out why turn-out among Latinos is historically so low.
Monday, 03 November 2008 00:00
Hispanic VoteWritten by Luis Hernandez