The Giant Still Sleeps: A Postcard From Texas
Some pundits are convinced a purple Texas is around the corner due to the state's burgeoning Latino population. Yet Texas gets redder and redder. Visit Pasadena, where Oscar Del Toro is registering potential voters as he plans his city council race.
Some pundits are convinced a purple Texas is just around the corner due to the state's burgeoning Latino population. Yet the state gets redder and redder. What are Democrats' impediments to turning the Lone Star State blue? Visit Pasadena, a city just outside the limits of Houston, where Oscar Del Toro is registering potential voters as he plans his own city council race. This video is part of Postcards From The Great Divide, a series of short films about politics in nine states.
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