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Deconstructing the 2020 Latino Vote

In Las Vegas and Reno, the Culinary Union, which represents sixty thousand workers, including porters, bellhops, and casino cooks, mounted its largest political effort in its eighty-five-year history, knocking on half a million doors. “We’re always on the field,” Geoconda Argüello-Kline, the union’s secretary-treasurer, said of their organizing philosophy. 

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