By Suzanne Gamboa for NBC News
Because of a slight calendar adjustment, Latinos will have a larger say in who Democrats elect to run for president in 2020. California moved up its presidential primary — held in 2016 on June 7 — to March 3 for next year’s election.
That means California, the state with the largest number of eligible Latino voters, estimated by Pew Research Center at about 7.7 million in 2018, will join Texas, the state with the second largest number of eligible Latino voters at about 5.5 million, in holding their primaries on Super Tuesday.
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