Battleground voters in a battleground state?

Latinos in Arizona and the 2004 presidential election

Manuel Avalos, Lisa Magana, Adrian D. Pantoja

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Abstract

In 2004 there was considerable optimism going into the campaign that Arizona might become one of the swing states that both political parties would target. To that end, the possibility was very real that the candidates might target Latino voters during the campaign. Coupled with a controversial statewide proposition known as the Arizona Taxpayer Citizen Protection Act, or Proposition 200, which would have required proof of citizenship to vote, the potential for Latino political mobilization seemed imminent.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationBeyond the Barrio: Latinos in the 2004 Election
PublisherUniversity of Notre Dame Press
Pages159-170
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)0268025991, 9780268025991
StatePublished - 2010

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Avalos, M., Magana, L., & Pantoja, A. D. (2010). Battleground voters in a battleground state? Latinos in Arizona and the 2004 presidential election. In Beyond the Barrio: Latinos in the 2004 Election (pp. 159-170). University of Notre Dame Press.

Battleground voters in a battleground state? Latinos in Arizona and the 2004 presidential election. / Avalos, Manuel; Magana, Lisa; Pantoja, Adrian D.

Beyond the Barrio: Latinos in the 2004 Election. University of Notre Dame Press, 2010. p. 159-170.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Avalos, M, Magana, L & Pantoja, AD 2010, Battleground voters in a battleground state? Latinos in Arizona and the 2004 presidential election. in Beyond the Barrio: Latinos in the 2004 Election. University of Notre Dame Press, pp. 159-170.
Avalos M, Magana L, Pantoja AD. Battleground voters in a battleground state? Latinos in Arizona and the 2004 presidential election. In Beyond the Barrio: Latinos in the 2004 Election. University of Notre Dame Press. 2010. p. 159-170
Avalos, Manuel ; Magana, Lisa ; Pantoja, Adrian D. / Battleground voters in a battleground state? Latinos in Arizona and the 2004 presidential election. Beyond the Barrio: Latinos in the 2004 Election. University of Notre Dame Press, 2010. pp. 159-170
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