San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro (right) speaks at the "Democratic Party in Tomorrow's America" discussion at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. Sept. 5, 2012. The event was moderated by Ron Brownstein of the National Journal (left), Maria Elana Salinas of Univision and Jake Tapper of ABC News. (MPR Photo/Sam Choo)
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Outreach to Latino voters has been a major theme at both the Democratic and Republican conventions. At an event in Charlotte Wednesday titled "Democratic Party in Tomorrow's America," DNC keynote speaker and San Antonio, Texas Mayor Julian Castro talked about what it's going to take to turn out the Latino vote in November.
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