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Joe Perez heard Barack Obama speak at the Democratic National Convention in 2004, and was inspired: “It gave me a sense of hope for the country that I hadn’t felt since John F. Kennedy was president,” he says. Now he's converted his garage into the Greeley, Colo., campaign headquarters for the candidate. Volunteers like Perez will be crucial to winning Latino voters, campaign strategists say.
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( Nathan W. Armes / For The Times )

Joe Perez heard Barack Obama speak at the Democratic National Convention in 2004, and was inspired: “It gave me a sense of hope for the country that I hadn’t felt since John F. Kennedy was president,” he says. Now he's converted his garage into the Greeley, Colo., campaign headquarters for the candidate. Volunteers like Perez will be crucial to winning Latino voters, campaign strategists say.

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