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League of United Latin American Citizens Convention brings Democratic Presidential Candidates to town.

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League of United Latin American Citizens Convention brings Democratic Presidential Candidates to town.

League of United Latin American Citizens Convention brings Democratic Presidential Candidates to town.

Reporter Matt Smith explains why candidates came to Milwaukee to fight for the Hispanic Vote.

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