Poll shows Congress must end Sequester cuts to win back Latino voters

With a bipartisan budget agreement announced earlier this week, Latino voters are closely watching lawmakers on Capitol Hill to see whether they can finally pass a budget that offers much-needed relief from the painful cuts brought about by sequestration.  A new national survey released today by NCLR (National Council of La Raza) and Latino Decisions shows that Hispanic voters are dissatisfied with the handling of federal budget policy by lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.  However, members of Congress who vote to end the sequester cuts stand to gain significant support among the Latino community. CONT.

Matt Barreto, Latino Decisions