Maria Elena Salinas: Romney’s Uphill Battle with Latinos

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Univision Network Anchor María Elena Salinas believes that the game-changing moment of 2012 will be the preference of the Latino voters in the Presidential Election. Salinas thinks that Mitt Romney will have a hard climb with Hispanic voters.


Chris Matthews of “The Chris Matthews Show” on MSNBC and John King of “John King, USA” on CNN discuss the nature of the 2012 Election through the prism of cable news coverage.

Univision Network Anchor María Elena Salinas is the most recognized Hispanic female journalist in the United States. Named by The New York Times as “the voice of Hispanic America,” for three decades, Salinas has informed millions of Hispanics in the United States, along with 18 countries in Latin America. As co-anchor of the highly-rated evening newscast “Noticiero Univision” and news magazine “Aqui y Ahora” (Here and Now), she has handled some of the most challenging assignments in modern-day journalism.



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