Friday, July 12, 2024

Barack Obama: Rolling Stone Magazine Cover, Supported By Latino Stars

Latino Stars come out for Barack Obama….

The last time he appeared on the front of the popular culture bible was in March, when it gave him its backing for president, saying he had “emerged by displaying precisely the kind of character and judgment we need in a president: renouncing the politics of fear, speaking frankly on the most pressing issues facing the country and sticking to his principles”.
Meanwhile, a handful of Latino musicians, actors and celebrities are urging their fans to support Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama. The Latino celebrities are becoming involved in the 2008 White House race to an unprecedented degree this year. The Pew Hispanic Center reports 18.2 million Latinos are eligible to vote.
The celebrities are able to reach easily the 7.3 million Hispanics under 35, the newspaper said.
Latino superstars such as Juanes, the Colombian rocker, and Los Tigres del Norte from Mexico are urging fans at their concerts to register to vote, while Dominican merengue legend Juan Luis Guerra and Mexican rockers Mana played a benefit concert in Miami in March to benefit a national campaign to increase citizenship and voter registration among Hispanics.

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