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Millennials represent the largest generation in the United States, and with a Latino turning 18 years old every 30 seconds, Latino millennials have become an important voting electorate. However, despite their growing numbers, mobilizing Latino millennials is a challenge on all political party's radar. For the launch of Latin Post's "Turnout" series, Latin Post speaks one-on-one with two leading and national organizations that are committed to mobilizing millennials to participate and vote.

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Cubans in Florida appear to still favor the U.S. to continue its embargo on Cuba, based on polling data conducted by Latino Decisions by #CubaNow.

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The Republican Party's control of the upcoming 114th Congress continued to grow with confirmation results of the last congressional election race in Arizona.

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The Republican Party gained a U.S. Senate seat for the 114th Congress as a result of Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana's loss to Republican candidate Bill Cassidy.

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Following the results of the Keystone XL pipeline vote in Congress, Louisiana's U.S. Senate race could end in the hands of Republican challenger Rep. Bill Cassidy.

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The U.S. Senate has been debating on the Keystone XL pipeline legislation following a vote push by Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La. Landrieu has insisted the recent effort to vote on the bill is not political as she faces a runoff election following the midterm Election Day.

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Former President Bill Clinton said the low Latino voter turnout for the midterm elections might have been connected to the immigration reform executive action delay.

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The Democrats have an opportunity to save a U.S. Senate seat in Congress, but the odds are not positive for Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., despite an effort to pass the controversial Keystone XL pipeline in Congress.

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As Latinos are set to have their largest class yet in the upcoming 114th U.S. Congress, Latinos also made history within state legislative levels following this year's midterm elections.

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A week after the midterm Election Day, Alaska's U.S. Senate finally has a winner, and it's a gain for the Republican Party in Congress.

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The midterm elections have shown Latinos maintained their support for the Democratic Party, but exit polling have identified the GOP attracting voters.

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The incoming 114th U.S. Congress will feature the largest class of Latinos, and an increase of Republican Latinos in the House of Representatives, thanks in part to Florida voters giving the win to Miami-Dade School Board member Carlos Curbelo against Democratic incumbent Rep. Joe Garcia for the Sunshine State's 26th Congressional District.

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The Latino vote proved to be a diverse electorate during the midterm election, and it may have been beneficial to the Republican Party.

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Californian voters elected its first Latino Secretary of State on Election Day. The newly elected Secretary of State is Alex Padilla, a state senator for California's 20th District, the San Fernando Valley.

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Althought final turnout results have not been confirmed, early estimates forecast at least 21.3 percent of millennials voted for this year's midterm elections.

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The Republican Party might be gaining a Republican seat as the Alaskan U.S. Senate race could go in the GOP's favor.

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