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>> Actresses Eva Longoria, America Ferrera and Zoe Saldana headlining a campaign event Sunday aimed at rallying Hispanic support for Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Guillem.>> We're here with Latino Victory Project today, which increases Latino political power.>> The push coming in the final days of the 2018 congressional mid-term elections in an exclusive Reuters Ipsos poll finding Hispanic Americans are more fired up to vote this year than in 2014.
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And their enthusiasm surpasses the average likely US voter.>> My grandmother, as a single mother came here for better opportunities, worked in factories for 25 years, and you know what she did? She taught us to vote.>> The poll also found that Hispanic voters are more than twice as inclined to support Democrats over Republicans in the House of Representatives.
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Voter registration groups are using Republican President Donald Trump's anti-immigrant diatribes as an opportunity to drive voters of Latin American descent to the polls. Reuters found 36% of Hispanic voters said they were certain to vote, up from 27% in the last congressional midterm elections in 2014. Among likely Hispanic voters, 60% said they would support a Democrat for the House and 32% said they would back a Republican.
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These voters could play a crucial role in several races from tight Senate battles in Arizona and Texas, along with the Senate and Governor's race in Florida.