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Nov 09, 2012


Max Hailperin

A hat tip: the idea of looking at income was suggested to me by Kathy Bonnifield.

Phoenix Woman

It does seem to be a complex question.

RE: The question whether the number of Latino residents has a bearing on voting yes or no -- I presume much would hinge on whether the Latino residents were part of a Latino community that had existed for some time prior to last Tuesday's election. (And whether the main organizer of a given Latino community was a secular group like a labor union or a local branch of the Catholic Church, which was schtum on the Voter Suppression Amendment and actively for the Marriage Restriction Amendment.)

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