State Of Jefferson Candidate Campaign Bid / Secretary Of State Alex Padilla Answers Voting Questions / Why Latinos Are Among Most Affected By COVID-19 Ahead Of The ‘Day Of The Dead’
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Volunteers set up a display cemetery modeled after the Janitzio cemetery in Michoacan, Mexico on Monday, Oct. 26, 2020.
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Election Day is nearly here and candidates around the region are all making their last-minute campaign bids. That includes State of Jefferson supporter Patrick Henry Jones, who’s running for the Shasta County Board of Supervisors; we learn more about that race today. Secretary of State Alex Padilla answers questions about the voting process, and we take a look at the significance of the ‘Day of the Dead’ in 2020, as the Latino population continues to be among those most affected by the pandemic.
CapRadio Contributing Reporter Nina Sparling on State of Jefferson supporter Patrick Henry Jones’ bid for the Shasta County Board of Supervisors
California Secretary of State Alex Padilla answers questions about the voting process less than a week before Election Day
CapRadio Healthcare Reporter Sammy Caiola on how the Latino population is still the most affected by the coronavirus and how it affects their grieving process
The Latino Center of Art & Culture Executive Director Marie Acosta talks about the ‘Day of the Dead’ and 11th annual Panteon de Sacramento
Correction: A previous version of this episode description misidentified the Latino Center of Art & Culture. It has been corrected.