Could the potential for Marco Rubio's potential to make history as the first Latino president help him win big among Latino voters?

According to Lionel Sosa, who served as Ronald Reagan's Latino outreach director, there's a very good chance.

In an interview with The New Yorker for a piece on the Florida senator, Sosa opined that Rubio has the chance to win a large majority of Latino voters in an election against Hillary Clinton.

"The first Latino that has a chance to become president? All bets are off," Sosa told the magazine. "I would say that he could easily capture 60-65 percent of the Latino vote."

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