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Editorial: Schwarzenegger On Course with Latinos

La Opinion, Posted: Nov 09, 2006

LOS ANGELES -- Recently re-elected California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger gained admiration from Latino and mainstream voters for returning to the political center, reports Spanish-language newspaper La Opinion in an editorial. Schwarzenegger appeared before the state legislature with an extremist agenda in 2005. A significant number of Latinos voted for him in this election because he abandoned his extremist agenda in the last year. Latinos do not deserve special treatment, according to La Opinion, but do merit attention before the next election. According to the editorial, with their enterprising energy and willingness to work, Latinos comprise an important portion of the state's residents. The governor established important bases during his campaign and should continue to build on them, editors say. Schwarzenegger is visiting Mexico on a two-day trade mission that begins on Nov. 8.

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