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(CNN)— All eyes are on Latino voters Tuesday as both presidential candidates work to court them at the League of United Latin American Citizens national convention in Washington D.C. In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider looks into how well John McCain and Barack Obama’s pitch to Latinos is being received.
The office of Vice President Cheney came under fire from the EPA Tuesday for allegedly censoring e-mails that contained important information about the effects of climate change on the environment. CNN’s Kate Bolduan has the details.
Meanwhile, Obama has been spending extra time in states that have traditionally voted for Republican candidates. CNN’s Tom Foreman looks into whether the presumptive Democratic nominee will be able to turn these red states blue come November.
Both presumptive nominees are undoubtedly working behind the scenes to shorten their lists of potential vice presidential running mates. CNN’s Jessica Yellin reports on who is making the short list for Obama and McCain’s number two spot.
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