"Some Latino delegates want to know why the party selected only two members of the fast growing ethnic group to speak at the convention during prime time this week," the paper said.
"The party has been wooing Latino voters whom Democratic officials and pollsters say could make critical differences in such battleground states as Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Nevada and Florida. But only two prominent Latinos -- Representative Bob Menendez of New Jersey, a Cuban-American, and New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, a Mexican-American -- received speaking slots in prime time this week," the Globe said.
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