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Lupe Valdez, Texas's first gay, Latina sheriff on how to get minorities to trust police again
It’s an uphill battle for Lupe Valdez, the democratic gubernatorial candidate in Texas, a state that hasn’t elected a Democrat to statewide office in nearly half a century. But Valdez is used to uphill battles – she’s the state’s first openly gay and first Latina Sheriff. Valdez joined NBC THINK, NBC OUT and NBC LATINO to talk about her campaign.
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