Will Latinos begin to flex political muscle?
Latinos now make up the largest segment of Stockton's voting-age population, but their numbers have not necessarily translated as political clout - something advocates say is beginning to change as younger generations, born and raised in San Joaquin County, seek greater political influence.
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#1 Mar 18, 2011
Perhaps they should earn a GED first?
Hey how about we stop calling ourselves "Latinos" and think like individuals, oh right you don't get free stuff or get to play victim unless you're part of some collective group.
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