Latino Voters Could Be Linchpin In 2012 Elections07:39
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A coalition of Latino workers and leaders march over New York's Brooklyn Bridge against a Department of Corrections policy to "funnel" illegal immigrants into the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention and deportation program. (AP)
A coalition of Latino workers and leaders march over New York's Brooklyn Bridge against a Department of Corrections policy to "funnel" illegal immigrants into the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention and deportation program. (AP)

The country's 48 million Latinos represent the fastest growing community in the U.S., and both major political parties are looking for ways to draw them to the polls in 2012. Matt Barreto, a public opinion expert with Latino Decisions, says his data shows that no presidential candidate can win without Latino support in 2012. We look at key states where Latino voters could make or break the next general election.

This segment aired on November 30, 2010.

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