Minority Voters to Make Major Impact in Swing States

"This is what we call the barrio," says Freddy Torres from his pickup truck as he drives through the eastside of Pueblo, Colo. The old steel town, 100 miles south of Denver, is still true to its blue collar roots, even though the mill was years ago turned into a museum. "The people here aren't rich or powerful, many of them never even voted before, but these are the people we'll thank when Barack wins in November," he told ABCNews.com. Torres, 53, is a retired state employee who volunteers...Full Story
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