Rubio Republicans, Castro Democrats 

The Hispanic vote should not be understood in monolithic terms.

The Latino community and the Latino vote are often thought of by politicians and described by pundits as a uniform, single-issue constituency. Senator Marco Rubio of Miami and the Castro brothers of San Antonio (state representative Joaquín and Mayor Julian) illustrate the…

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