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Elections Draw Latino Star Power

Vida en el Valle, Posted: Oct 30, 2008

FRESNO, Calif. -- The presidential campaigns have drawn on Latino star power, reports Vida en el Valle. Actresses Eva Longoria Parker and Amrica Ferrera have campaigned for Obama. Other actors who have appeared in Obama ads include Alejandro Sanz, Paulina Rubio, George Lopez, Jessica Alba and John Leguizamo. Singer Daddy Yankee, actor Eduardo Verastegui, and former POW Everett lvarez are supporting McCain. Meanwhile, actress Rosario Dawson has worked with Voto Latino, a non-partisan organization she founded, to encourage Latinos to vote.

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