October 23, 2012
By David Martin Davies
And don’t think some of the 24 million registered Latino voters in America didn’t notice that Mexico didn’t rate in the debate, said Juan Guillermo Tornoe, owner of Hispanic Trending Inc., a marketing and advertising firm in Austin, Texas.
“Definitely people paid attention. We see it in cyberspace, we see it on and offline, domestically as well as internationally," Tornoe said.
Tornoe said Latino voters care about the rising death toll in Mexico related to the drug war and its impact on the American Southwest.
“This is just south of our border, this is right next door, and that is important," Tornoe said.
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