The number of eligible Latino voters has reached a new record of 23.7 million this year, according to a study released this week by the Pew Hispanic Center.
That figure marks a massive 22 percent increase in the Latino electorate -- over 4 million voters -- since the 2008 presidential election. Latinos now make up 11 percent of the nation's eligible voters, up 1.5 percent since 2008.
But it's not all good news for the Latino political community and those who aim to earn their votes.
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