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AZ Republicans launch site for Hispanics

The Arizona Republican Party says Hispanics are playing an increasingly integral role in the state’s politics, so the party is launching a new Web site focused on their issues and concerns.

Party chairman Randy Pullen says too often Hispanics in Arizona have felt left out of the political system. He says the Web site will be aimed at engaging those who are looking for a new way to get involved in shaping the state’s future.

The site features YouTube videos, a photo gallery of Hispanic political activists from Arizona and a forum for visitors to share their thoughts on current news and events.

A founder of the Arizona Latino Republican Association, Alice Lara, says the new site shows the party is working hard to connect to Arizona’s conservative Hispanics.

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