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July 3, 2016 6:32 AM

Report says Fresno Latinos among least likely to vote statewide

Report comes from Advancement Project and UC Riverside

It touches on disparities in voting trends, contact with public officials, political meeting attendance and more

Fresno State professor says Hmong in Fresno even less likely to vote than Latinos

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