Arizona's Fate in the Midterms Depends on Latino Voters
Over the past twelve years, Latinx in Arizona responded to a tough crackdown on immigrants by building a political movement that registered hundreds of thousands of Latinx voters and helped propel Democrats to power, turning a longtime Republican stronghold into one of the most competitive states. The strength of that movement will be tested in Tuesday's election, when both Democrats and Republicans hope to count on strong support from Latinx.
Maritza L. Félix's latest piece, published in partnership with Notes From America with Kai Wright and palabra., examines the pivotal politics of Latinx voters in Arizona.
This is the first in our new series, 'Immigrants in a Divided Country', which explores the current political landscape in the United States from the perspective of immigrants—including voters, and non-voters, citizens, legal residents, and undocumented people.
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