Latinos, Religion & 2020 Election: Is Trump or Biden Gaining Ground?

A conversation with Gastón Espinosa & Arthur V. Stoughton Professor of Religious Studies Claremont McKenna College The presentation will examine the Latino/a/x Religions and Politics National Survey of 1,292 Latino/a/x registered voters across the U.S. completed on September 22nd, the impact Latino/a/x Catholics and Evangelicals may have in 2020, especially in Florida, Nevada, Texas, and California, as well as the Latino/a/x vote by religion, gender, generation, born-again, candidate favorability, COVID-19, and other key factors. OCTOBER 30TH, 1-2:00PM/PST Presented by CLSA / Co-sponsored by Office of the Chaplains Register Here

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