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Hispanic voters made their voices heard, and they could echo for years

For those results, credit goes to a coalition of local organizations that includes the Culinary Union, Mi Familia Vota and Nevada’s Future, which have assembled an incredible field team of staffers and volunteers who maintain contact with voters 12 months a year.

They’re people like Dora Olivia Arizmendi, a Caesars Palace housekeeper who took time off from her job to help with the effort.

“I have to be an example for my community, for my co-workers,” she told NPR. “I was in 110 degrees, knocking doors, and now I can see the differences. I’m proud of that. And I feel happy.”

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