High Hispanic Early Voting Numbers Seen as Boost for Hillary Clinton: Experts

High Hispanic Early Voting Numbers Seen as Boost for Hillary Clinton: ExpertsHigh turnout among Latino voters — including a record in Florida — is being viewed as a positive sign for the Clinton camp, some experts say. Michael McDonald, a political science professor at the University of Florida and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, said early voting turnout by Hispanics in Florida bodes well for the Clinton campaign, but cautioned the Sunshine State is still very much a tossup. Almost 1 million Hispanics have voted early this election, nearly double early vote numbers from 2012, McDonald said, citing early voting figures obtained by University of Florida Political Science Professor Dr. Daniel Smith.

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