Monday, December 28, 2015

The nation’s first Hispanic president? Why no one’s talking about that

In 2013, a Pew survey asked Latino-Americans the following question: “Who is the country’s most important Hispanic leader?” The top answer, at 62 percent, was “don’t know,” followed by “no one.”

Two years later, Republican Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio both have a legitimate shot at becoming the nation’s first Hispanic presidential nominee. And yet their ethnicity has received far less attention than Barack Obama’s race did when he ran for president eight years ago.

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