Video: Candidates court Latino voters
|CNN correspondent Maria Hinojosa reports on the increasing importance of Hispanic media in getting out the Latino vote.|
MIAMI (CNN) -- What are Latino voters looking for in the Election 2000 presidential candidates? Both presidential front-runners, Democratic Vice President Al Gore and Republican Texas Gov. George W. Bush, are wooing Latino voters, an increasingly important segment of the electorate.
Both presidential candidates are focusing on Spanish language media in an effort to reach the nation's 6.5 million Latino voters: Gore just completed an interview with the Spanish-language television station Univision, while Bush has taped several television ads in Spanish.
CNN's Maria Hinojosa takes a look at how Latino voters and the Latino media are looking at the presidential campaign.
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