Juan Avitia, center, uses a bullhorn to address passing motorists as about 50 people gather outside Robert E. Coyle Federal Building in downtown Fresno on March 31, 2016, calling for voters to vote for someone other than Donald Trump. Latino voter registrations have surged in California, driven at least in part by Trump’s statements about Latinos.
Juan Avitia, center, uses a bullhorn to address passing motorists as about 50 people gather outside Robert E. Coyle Federal Building in downtown Fresno on March 31, 2016, calling for voters to vote for someone other than Donald Trump. Latino voter registrations have surged in California, driven at least in part by Trump’s statements about Latinos. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
Juan Avitia, center, uses a bullhorn to address passing motorists as about 50 people gather outside Robert E. Coyle Federal Building in downtown Fresno on March 31, 2016, calling for voters to vote for someone other than Donald Trump. Latino voter registrations have surged in California, driven at least in part by Trump’s statements about Latinos. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

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