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Every month films are added and removed from your Netflix cue. This is always something that annoys Netflix viewers as they are forced to watch films before they leave the cue and add new ones to watch. Here is a list of the best five films leaving and the best five being added.

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Although born in Mexico, Ruben Kihuen actually has been living the American Dream, and he’s currently campaigning to bring his progressive work ethic to the next level: Congress.

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Civic participation rates may be lower for Latinos than other ethnic/racial groups, but it’s higher than ever for the population. Improved educational opportunities, unparalleled social media engagement and community involvement demonstrates Latinos' aptitude for greater civic involvement.

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Preparations for the 2016 presidential elections are underway as the Democratic National Committee announced the dates for the first caucus of the campaign.

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Cesar Chavez is running for a seat in Congress, but it's not the late workers rights icon. Instead, the candidate is a former Republican who is being criticized for using the reference to wrongfully drum up support.

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Scott Fistler changed his name because he has "experienced many hardships" as a result of his name.

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A shift in power is seen in India as the world's largest democracy elects Narendra Modi prime minister and give the BJP a grand majority in parliament.

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The federal government has declared that any state can pass a law to allow the use of marijuana for recreational purposes as long as they have a regulated system in place.

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Eliseo Medina is one of the loudest voices for reform

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He is a Cuban American and GOP contender

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America Ferrera, America’s plum Latina sweetheart, opens up about growing up in Los Angeles, politics and more, on an episode of "Cafecito." The Honduran actress met up with the NBC Latino funded conversational segment at the Voto Latino Power Summit in Washington, DC, earlier this year.

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The campaign for the mayor's seat was the most expensive in the city's history, costing over $33 million for all of the candidates.

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Eric Garcetti and Wendy Greuel will find out which one of them will become Los Angeles' mayor tonight.

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