By now, it has been established that Latino voters are a diverse group and a crucial electorate that will help determine the next president of the United States. But here is what's new to know about the impact of Latino voters
The Torres family and others were the roots of a Latino community that, by 2010, had grown to 51,230, or 58 percent of Reading’s population. “We came for the same reason everyone else did,” said Aida Torres, 69. “For a better environment. For a better life.”
Reading High School marked a milestone this month: a graduation ceremony with its first Hispanic valedictorian. Noe Cabello is unlikely to be the last.