What 2020 taught us about the Latino vote

In in an op-ed in the New York Daily News, Sergio Garcia-Rios, assistant professor of government and Latina/o Studies, writes that a Latinos are not a homogenous voting bloc.

"If anything should be taken away from this election in regards to the Latino vote, it is that it is here, and it’s making a difference," he writes in the piece. "Assuming that all Latinos should vote as a monolith is a racialized oversimplification. They have a portfolio of identities. Accept their diversity. Live with it. Maybe even celebrate it."

Read the story in the Daily News.

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