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The Nation

February 25, 1985

The newly elected president of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly said that after being ignored by the Democratic Party for years, a growing number of Latinos are backing the GOP. "The Democratic Party for years has taken the Hispanic population for granted," Fernando de Baca said, shortly after being elected president at the group's national convention in Denver. De Baca served as a liaison for Latino affairs during the Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford administrations.

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