As she gains in polls, Clinton seeks Latino support in unusual places

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ATLANTA — With Latinos making up just 2 percent of voters, Georgia isn’t usually a place where presidential campaigns go looking for Hispanic support. But as she pulls away from Donald Trump in traditional battlegrounds, Hillary Clinton is now aggressively wooing Latino voters here and in other states with smaller Hispanic populations in hopes of expanding her margins in November. The efforts in states such as Georgia, North Carolina and Pennsylvania illustrate the extent to which Latinos are transforming electoral politics beyond competitive states such as Colorado, Florida and Nevada that they have long dominated.

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