Political and government officials, from left, Judge Richard Dietz, N.C. Court of Appeals, Justice Bob Edmunds, N.C. Supreme Court, Matt Overby, member of the Board of Supervisors at Wake County Soil and Water Conservation District, and John Odom, Raleigh City Council pose for a photo with festival official Dignorah Savinon at La Fiesta del Pueblo in downtown Raleigh on Sept. 27. The Republican National Committee is courting Latino voters.
Political and government officials, from left, Judge Richard Dietz, N.C. Court of Appeals, Justice Bob Edmunds, N.C. Supreme Court, Matt Overby, member of the Board of Supervisors at Wake County Soil and Water Conservation District, and John Odom, Raleigh City Council pose for a photo with festival official Dignorah Savinon at La Fiesta del Pueblo in downtown Raleigh on Sept. 27. The Republican National Committee is courting Latino voters. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Political and government officials, from left, Judge Richard Dietz, N.C. Court of Appeals, Justice Bob Edmunds, N.C. Supreme Court, Matt Overby, member of the Board of Supervisors at Wake County Soil and Water Conservation District, and John Odom, Raleigh City Council pose for a photo with festival official Dignorah Savinon at La Fiesta del Pueblo in downtown Raleigh on Sept. 27. The Republican National Committee is courting Latino voters. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
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Republican National Committee courts NC Hispanic voters

October 13, 2015 2:12 PM

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