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Why Latino Voters Matter – 5 Reasons to Watch the Hispanic Vote in 2016

Posted January 14, 2016 by We'Ced

Latinos are at the epicenter of the swirling, unpredictable 2016 presidential campaign. From Donald Trump’s polarizing comments about Mexican immigrants to Hilary Clinton’s recent clumsy attempt to identify with Hispanic grandmothers, Latinos are either being blamed for ruining the country or being courted as voters like never before.

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Why Young Latinos in Rural California Support Sanders

Posted January 14, 2016 by We'Ced

Sanders support for free college tuition holds tremendous promise for communities in the Eastern Coachella Valley. It can offer our youth the choice to attend college, it can offer our current college students the opportunity to dedicate more time to their studies so that one day we can become leaders and keep working toward a better future.

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Republicans Keep Fueling the Fire For Latino Voters

Posted October 13, 2015 by We'Ced

While some Republicans like Donald Trump call for mass deportations, the Democratic side has taken much more favorable stances towards immigration reform.

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#WordsMatter — No Human Being is ‘Illegal’

Posted October 5, 2015 by We'Ced

Then I started to see terms like “illegal alien” and “illegal immigrant” in the news. It seemed like everyone was reporting on what these “illegals” were doing. But I still didn’t understand why these people, who looked like me, were being branded “illegal” when really, they are just undocumented.

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Future of California’s Economy In Hands of Latinos

Posted June 23, 2015 by Claudia J. Gonzalez

Though the numbers are grim, perhaps the tide is beginning to turn. A bright spot: on Friday May 22nd, the 52nd Annual Commencement ceremony at Merced College took place and of the 1,180 degrees and certificate awarded, a majority went to Latinos.

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