Volunteers laugh during a 2020 meeting of Jolt, a nonprofit that works to increase civic participation of Latinos in Texas. Mark Felix/AFP/AFP via Getty Images

There’s no one ‘Latino vote.’ Religion and geography add to voters’ diversity | Opinion

BY: - October 25, 2022

Historically, U.S. Latinos have mostly been Catholic. But the numbers have recently changed, which has implications for political affiliation.