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campaigns have begun aggressively courting Latino voters. campaign office, Whitman has been courting the Latino vote with Spanish language radio and television ads, billboards, bus stop posters and a Spanish language website. She has also named former Assemblywoman Nicole Parra a Latina former Democrat from the northern California city of Hanford, now an independent Air Max 95 Og Slate

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After their ranks surged to an all time high in 2008, more and more Latino voters are growing disillusioned about the lack of immigration reform according to polls and analysts and some Democratic leaders fear that could lower their turnout and cost their party the gubernatorial and senate races in California. While Democrats are still interested in registering new Latino voters, a main focus this campaign season will be getting the Latinos who are already registered to show up at the polls. The stakes are high with most political observers and polls agreeing that the two top races in California remain close. "If the Democrats get their people out, it's a no brainer but it's going to be a challenge this year," said political consultant James Acevedo. "At this stage of the game they've got the numbers. It's better in my mind to spend resources in making sure they get those numbers to the polls or that they've got them getting absentee ballots to vote absentee. It's about delivering the potential of those votes." Groups such as the Organizing for America and the nonpartisan William C. Velasquez Institute say they are focusing most of their efforts on get out the vote campaigns aimed at California's 3.26 million Latino voters. Latinos accounted for just 8 percent of the state's registered voters in 1980, but now make up 22 percent. With Latinos comprising 37 percent of the state's population, their representation on the voter rolls is significantly lower in part because many are too young to vote or are less educated. Most Latino voters more than 3 out of 4 are registered as Democrats. The main target of this fall's get out the vote effort, say voter drive advocates, will be the new Latino voters who registered and cast ballots in the last presidential election cycle. Experts estimate about 800,000 Latinos registered in 2008 and about 500,000 of those cast votes. "We'll be spending half a million dollars, maybe as much as a million, depending on our fundraising, in a massive voter contact campaign," said Antonio Gonzalez, president of the William C. Velasquez Institute, a nonprofit aimed at increasing Latino voter participation. senator Barbara Boxer against GOP challenger Carly Fiorina. "If the Democrats get their base out if they get 2.1 million Latinos to the polls, which would be a 60 percent turnout or 2.4 million, which would be a 70 percent turnout if that happens, then more of them will be Brown and Boxer votes," said Gonzalez. "And in a close race, they'd most likely win." But Democrats admit that may be a tall order given the discontent among Latinos with the leader of the national Democratic party. "The Latino disillusionment with President Obama is real and so is the apathy among those who are undecided," says Jose Sandoval, president of the Latino Young Democrats of the San Fernando Valley. "The reason for the disillusionment is immigration. There's a growing sentiment that if (Obama) hasn't come through on comprehensive immigration reform for us, why should we vote for a Democrat this fall." That disillusionment was expressed in the most recent Field Poll, that found Brown's support among California Latinos is lower than Air Max 95 Tongue

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expected. Another Field Poll found that Boxer had a wider margin of support among Latino voters, leading Fiorina by a 48 29 margin. Republican leaders admit that they are trying to make up lost ground with Latino voters and are hoping to take advantage of Hispanic disillusionment with the Democrats. "We are taking the Republican message directly to voters whenever possible," Lt. Gov. campaign office. "Some people may not like what I stand for, but showing up (at Latino events to deliver the Republican message) shows respect that we have not given them in the past." Meanwhile, Democratic activists with Organizing for America, which emerged from Obama's 2008 campaign, say they hope to counter such disillusionment and apathy among Latino voters with an aggressive outreach drive as the election draws near. On top of that Democrats worry about the trend in midterm statewide elections, which usually attract far fewer voters than statewide elections held concurrently with presidential elections. In seven of the eight general elections since 1974, fewer than half of the eligible adults have voted for governor in California. Since 1990, voter turnout has averaged 41.4 percent for eligible adults and 56.8 percent for registered voters. Turnout reached a new low in 2002, the year Gov. Gray Davis was re elected, when 36.1 percent of eligible adults and 50.6 percent of registered voters cast votes. But Democrats are hoping that an upward trend in Latinos saying they Air Max Con Hk will vote in recent polls tracking the Latino vote is accurate. A poll last March by Latino Decisions, a political research firm, found only 49 percent of Latino registered voters saying they were enthusiastic about voting this year. In June, 61percent of Latino registered voters polled by the National Association of Elected and Appointed Officials said they would "definitely" vote in November's elections. Last month, another Latino Decisions tracking poll found that 73 percent of the respondents said they are "certain" to vote. Both the Brown and Whitman Air Max Ultra Htm

to head her campaign's outreach to Democrats and decline to state voters. Brown has been emphasizing his close ties to Latinos while he was governor in the 1970s. He named the first Latinos to the governor's cabinet and the state Supreme Court and hundreds of Latinos to other state government posts. The Brown campaign has also attacked Whitman for having no Latino executives at eBay. "It's important to communicate Jerry Brown's long history with Latinos," said Jose Sandoval, president of a Latino Democratic organization, "and to emphasize to the Latino voters that it's an election in which we do have so much to lose as Latinos and secondly among (us) Democrats.

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