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Antonio Villaraigosa on Government Reform

 

 


Increase voter turnout among Latinos & all demographics

Villaraigosa said that his campaign will seek to increase Latino voter turnout for the upcoming governor's race. "When I ran in 2001 and 2005, I said, 'I want to be the mayor for all of us,' " he said. "I'd like to see turnout increase dramatically among all demographics. But clearly, one of them is the group who votes the least, and that's the Latino community. "A big part of our campaign is going to be to energize and organize that part of the electorate," he added.
Source: Los Angeles Times on 2018 California gubernatorial race , Nov 16, 2017

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