White House officials visit Las Vegas to reach out to Latinos

Senior White House officials are in Las Vegas to reach out to the Hispanic community. The White House will hold a summit on Saturday, Oct. 1 with officials from the administration discussing issues such as the economy, immigration reform and education with Las Vegas Latinos.
Nevada Hispanics voted overwhelmingly for President Obama in the 2008 election but recent poll numbers show his approval rating is slipping among Latinos. Latinos are credited with helping Obama carry Nevada and with reelecting Harry Reid in 2010. So what can the White House learn from Las Vegas Latinos? We'll talk with one White House officials about the issues going on at Saturday's summit.

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