audio by location yakima wa
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Línea Abierta travels to Yakima, the Latino center of Washington state, to bring news and analysis on the eve of the state’s caucuses. The Latino population has grown rapidly, many farm workers have become farmers, and Latinos lead some cities around the state.
60:33 minutes (55.46 MB)
Washington state voters go to caucus meetings to elect presidential candidate. News reporters bring live reports from the caucus locations around the state and election observers provide news analysis on the caucus process. Reporters and observers pay attention to get-out-the-vote efforts among Latino voters and candidates.
60:32 minutes (55.44 MB)
With the presidential contests still in a deadheat, Washington state voters went to caucus meetings to elect presidential candidates this weekend. Latino voters participated in caucus meetings in record numbers, to help Sen. Barack Obama win an easy victory in the race for the Democratic nomination.