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New PAC Hopes to Raise Up More Latino Candidates in Houston and Across Texas

Hispanic residents account for roughly 40 percent of the Texas population. Yet politically, Latinos as a group tend to punch well below their weight. Luis Elizondo-Thomson is trying to change that. Last August, he formed the Latino Texas Political Action Committee — or Latino Texas PAC. News 88.7 politics and government reporter Andrew Schneider asked Elizondo-Thomson […]

Luis Elizondo-Thompson, chairman of Latino Texas PAC. Photo: Laura Isensee, Houston Public MediaHispanic residents account for roughly 40 percent of the Texas population. Yet politically, Latinos as a group tend to punch well below their weight. Luis Elizondo-Thomson is trying to change that. Last August, he formed the Latino Texas Political Action Committee — or Latino Texas PAC.

News 88.7 politics and government reporter Andrew Schneider asked Elizondo-Thomson about what he hopes to accomplish with the group.

(Above: Luis Elizondo-Thomson, chairman of Latino Texas PAC. Photo: Laura Isensee, Houston Public Media)

MORE: Changing The Latino Political Landscape In Texas (News 88.7, July 13, 2016)

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