As often happens in U.S. democracy, the storylines that came before Election Day can feel like ancient history. Among those storylines: the fight for the Latino vote.
As we noted in the previous episode of the Crosscut Reports podcast, there was a lot of consternation over the Latino vote. Who the people who made up this growing part of the electorate decided to vote for, we were told, could tip the scales and help determine the balance of power in Washington, D.C. There was also the question of what impact Latino voters would have on local races in Central Washington, including one in which Democrat Dulce Gutierez was running to
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