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Clinton Campaign Tapping Into Voting Power of DREAMers

The campaign began is national voter registration program "Mi Sueño, Tu Voto" (My Dream, Your Vote) Monday

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    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, second from right, speaks at an event to meet with young immigrants, or so-called "dreamers," at a campaign office on Feb. 14, 2016, in Las Vegas. The Clinton campaign is now trying to harness the group's voting power to gain support for the Democratic candidate.

    The Clinton campaign is turning to the power of young immigrants — those known as DREAMers — to help grow the number of voters for Hillary Clinton, NBC News reported.

    The campaign began is national voter registration program "Mi Sueño, Tu Voto" (My Dream, Your Vote) Monday. The young immigrants have mobilized their communities previously, urging others to vote for the re-election of Obama.

    They’ve become a strong force in rallying support for Bernie Sanders among young people in the Latino community. 

    The campaign was to hold events around the country this week in connection with the voter registration drive, starting with an event Monday in front of the Trump hotel under construction near the Capitol in Washington, D.C. Events also were planned for Florida, Nevada and North Carolina.

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