New voting numbers showed woman and Latino voter surge in 2018

The U.S. Census Bureau has released new numbers on 2018 voting, showing a surge of female and Latino voters in Arizona. More than one million Arizona women voted, compared to 1.3 million men. 558,000 Latinos showed up at the polls, compared to 364,000 in the 2014 mid-term. We’ll talk about those numbers and other data from the 2018 mid-term and what they mean with election data analyst Garrett Archer, known as the Data Guru.

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