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Inside a public school auditorium, a nation will change.

It’s a space that moonlights as a citizenship factory for naturalized citizens.  https://lat.ms/33UwJvV 

Hundreds of thousands of immigrants are expected to receive their U.S. citizenship before November 2020 — which means they’ll be eligible to vote in the presidential election.  https://lat.ms/33UwJvV 

This army of newly-naturalized citizens will gradually reshape — and threaten— the electoral path that President Trump must thread to win reelection.  https://lat.ms/33UwJvV 

Reporter @mattdpearce went to a naturalization ceremony in Houston, speaking to newly-naturalized U.S. citizens from across the political spectrum.  https://lat.ms/33UwJvV 

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