Tuesday, October 13, 2015

To become first Latino president, Marco Rubio may have to bridge Hispanic divisions

NORTH LAS VEGAS His old working-class neighborhood in North Las Vegas, where Marco Rubio spent six impressionable years of his youth, looks more like the majority of Latino America than Rubio’s hometown of West Miami. Restaurants sell tacos. Bars advertise soccer matches. Conversations sound distinctly Mexican.

The Florida senator says he feels right at home. He’s speaking at the Catholic school he attended “for a month” before pleading with his parents to go back to public school with his friends. He’s just driven past the community pool where he learned how to swim.

“I learned a lot about the American Dream in Nevada,” Rubio says.

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