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  • Obama roars to New Mexico win with Hispanics, Albuquerque

    By Barry Massey
    Santa Fe, New Mexico (AP)

    Hispanics, American Indians and the Albuquerque area delivered the knockout punch for Barack Obama in New Mexico.

    Hispanics across New Mexico came home to Democrats and their nominee in the general election, after a significant share had strayed into the Republican column four years ago.



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    Originally posted by Skabewis View Post
    By Barry Massey
    Santa Fe, New Mexico (AP)

    Hispanics, American Indians and the Albuquerque area delivered the knockout punch for Barack Obama in New Mexico.

    Hispanics across New Mexico came home to Democrats and their nominee in the general election, after a significant share had strayed into the Republican column four years ago.


    Well, that is a big change in the number of Hispanics and Native Americans who are joining in the Democratic party. The do want change and need help with their personal issues. I have family that live in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico. They are happy about the outcome in the general elections and glad that Obama won the election. There is hope to help them get what they need in their lives.

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