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Orlando, Florida, swing state, Puerto Rican, Latino vote

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KISSIMMEE, FL - OCTOBER 18: Larry Langston, 56, of Kissimmee talks fiercely at the Latino bartender who said he wasn't going vote. Langston argued that people fought for the right to vote and he needed to exercise his right. Langston plans to vote for Obama. He is part of a group that meets every Thursday evening at Cigars Plus, in Kissimmee Florida. They are a very diverse group of friends who gather to play poker and smoke cigars in the small bar area in the back of the store. The men are African American, White, Italian, Cambodian, and Latino. Some are young and some are old. Some are pro Obama while others will vote for Romney. The Latino vote could be decisive in swing states such as Florida. The majority of the large Puerto Rican community in Orlando, Florida seems to favor Obama. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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KISSIMMEE, FL - OCTOBER 18: Larry Langston, 56, of Kissimmee talks fiercely at the Latino bartender who said he wasn't going vote. Langston argued that people fought for the right to vote and he needed to exercise his right. Langston plans to vote for Obama. He is part of a group that meets every Thursday evening at Cigars Plus, in Kissimmee Florida. They are a very diverse group of friends who gather to play poker and smoke cigars in the small bar area in the back of the store. The men are African American, White, Italian, Cambodian, and Latino. Some are young and some are old. Some are pro Obama while others will vote for Romney. The Latino vote could be decisive in swing states such as Florida. The majority of the large Puerto Rican community in Orlando, Florida seems to favor Obama. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Larry Langston of Kissimmee talks fiercely at the Latino bartender... News Photo 1547197642012-10-23 23:48:26.000,Bartender,Democracy,Florida - USA,Gulf Coast States,Horizontal,Human Interest,Kissimmee,Larry Langston,Latin American and Hispanic Ethnicity,Talking,USA,Voting,saidPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2012 The Washington PostKISSIMMEE, FL - OCTOBER 18: Larry Langston, 56, of Kissimmee talks fiercely at the Latino bartender who said he wasn't going vote. Langston argued that people fought for the right to vote and he needed to exercise his right. Langston plans to vote for Obama. He is part of a group that meets every Thursday evening at Cigars Plus, in Kissimmee Florida. They are a very diverse group of friends who gather to play poker and smoke cigars in the small bar area in the back of the store. The men are African American, White, Italian, Cambodian, and Latino. Some are young and some are old. Some are pro Obama while others will vote for Romney. The Latino vote could be decisive in swing states such as Florida. The majority of the large Puerto Rican community in Orlando, Florida seems to favor Obama. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)