Number of Hispanic voters increases

By Brandon McMullen, News 20 at Five

Pew Research is reporting that 23.4 million Hispanics are eligible to vote in the general election next month. This number has increased from 2008. There were only 19.5 million then. In 2008, the two states with the biggest Hispanic populations were California and Texas. Political experts expect President Obama to win California and Romney to win Texas.

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A 4th-year broadcast journalism student at Florida A&M University and a web producer for FAMU TV-20's News 20 at 5.

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