Awash in the Mainstream: Latino Politics in the 1996 Elections

By Rodolfo O. de la Garza; Louis DeSipio | Go to book overview
registered only 337 new voters and helped 525 people become new citizens, with only half of these new citizens becoming registered to vote (Southwest Voter Registration Education Project 1996).
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Eighty-five percent of the statewide Latino population (and 75 percent of the state's population) reside in the two most populated counties in Arizona, Maricopa and Pima ( U.S. Bureau of Census 1994). Therefore, I chose precinct data from these two counties for comparison of voting and voter turnout in the state.

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Avalos, Manuel. 1996. "Promise and Missed Opportunity: The 1992 Latino Vote in Arizona". In Rodolfo O. de la Garza and Louis DeSipio, eds., Ethnic Ironies: Latino Politics and the 1992 Elections. Boulder: Westview Press. Pp. 95-110.

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