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UNLV event to examine Latino voter impact

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University of Nevada, Las Vegas is set to host a key panel discussion that will focus on immigration and how the divisive issue affects this year's election.

According to the school, a panel of Nevada and Washington, D.C. based political analysts will join immigrant advocates to discuss the issue.

Organizers of the event said new data on Latino voting, especially in Nevada, will be disclosed in the discussion.

In addition, some of the other key topics, according to the panel, that will be discussed include Mitt Romney's reach with Latino voters, President Obama's immigration record and how it will build a case for the Latino vote, and how Sen. Dean Heller's immigration record affects his campaign.

The discussion is slated for 2 p.m. at Greenspun Auditorium at the UNLV campus.

The event will also be streamed at ustream.tv/channel/am-voice.

You can get additional background on the event at www.latinodecisions.com/files/1013/4090/1192/5_state_results.pdf.

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