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Latino voters delivered a wake-up call to Republicans Tuesday night, turning out in droves to vote and splitting for President Barack Obama 71% to Mitt Romney’s 27%.
High Latino voter turnout in key swing states Colorado and Nevada benefited Obama where he captured 70% of the Latino vote, NBC News reported.
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Latino voters delivered a wake-up call to Republicans Tuesday night, turning out in droves to vote and splitting for President Barack Obama 71% to Mitt Romney’s 27%.

High Latino voter turnout in key swing states Colorado and Nevada benefited Obama where he captured 70% of the Latino vote, NBC News reported.

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