March 31, 2015
LAS VEGAS (AP) - A Nevada state legislator on Saturday delivered
the national Democratic Hispanic radio address, telling
Spanish-speaking voters they stand to play a major role in the 2008
Freshman Assemblyman Ruben Kihuen (KEY-when) was chosen to
deliver the weekly speech by national party leaders gathered in
Washington this weekend for the Democratic National Committee
The speech aired on Spanish-language radio stations opposite
President Bush's weekly address.
Kihuen urged voter to hold presidential candidates accountable.
Kihuen is one of several Hispanic leaders involved in organizing
and promoting Nevada's 2008 Democratic presidential caucus.
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