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California’s U.S. Senate race could hinge on how candidates connect with Latino voters

FOR SIX GENERATIONS since emigrating from Mexico to America, Clarissa Renteria’s family never voted. If any campaign mailers arrived during election season, Renteria’s parents — who both worked as warehouse workers in Woodlake, an agricultural town of 7,600 in California’s citrus belt — would throw them away. When their neighbor was elected mayor of Woodlake, […]