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Latinos and the GOP




 Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)
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Indiana Gov. Mike Pence accepted his party's nomination for vice president last night to cheers from Republican delegates in Cleveland.

But there were also boos when Texas Senator Ted Cruz refused to endorse the GOP ticket.

So maybe the party isn't as unified as some Republicans believe.  And according to a new poll, a majority of conservative Latino voters have a poor opinion of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. 

Joining us with one view of last night's session of the convention,  Pilar Marrero. She's covering the 2016 Presidential elections for Impremedia newspapers, which includes La Opinion in LA and others across the country