Wisconsin is not known for the power of the Latino vote, but in a state with such tiny margins even a small shift can have a big impact on national politics.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Rene Alegria has given a voice to Hispanic writers and journalists throughout his career. He's now the CEO at @MundoNowOficial, one of the country's most widely read bilingual and bicultural outlets.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Business leaders say Georgia's new abortion law puts them at a competitive disadvantage. Meanwhile, the Warnock and Walker campaigns spar with ads alleging domestic abuse. Plus, Latino voters are a powerful voting bloc, but are elected politicians listening to them?
The Latino vote will be key across the country, especially in tight races in places such as Arizona and Florida. About one quarter of Latinos, mostly men, steadily support the president, polls show.
"It's the dehumanizing rhetoric President Trump uses when referring to immigrants" that drove Lourdes Vázquez to become a U.S. citizen and to vote in this election for the first time, she says.