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An expected election night outcome brings Latinos an uncertain uneasiness for the future

LatinaLista — By 9 p.m. EST, some congressional races had already been called but real suspense is waiting for who the winner will be in states like Nevada, Alaska, California and a few others.

Screen shot 2010-11-02 at 8.35.30 PM.pngSo far, one Tea Party candidate, KY Rand Paul, has been declared a winner, as well as, FL Marco Rubio, and the nation is turning decisively red with Republicans now declared as taking the House of Representatives.

 

Florida’s newest senator, Cuban-American Marco Rubio receives news of his election lead.

This shift in power clearly impacts not only Latino issues but the Latino relationship with Washington.

Time will tell.

In addition to the continual coverage of the midterm elections by cable news channels, PBS is joining in the coverage with an inaugural interactive election coverage.

For the first time, the PBS NewsHour, hosted by Jim Lehrer, is holding a live, interactive election webcast. Both live streaming and live blogging will comprise the webcast.

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