California Democrats have long counted on Latino voters. Will they stick with Gavin Newsom now?
Los Angeles Supervisor Hilda Solis, right, walks along East Cesar Chavez Avenue in East Los Angeles with then-Lt. - Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times/TNS

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Maria Elena Sepulveda doesn’t know how she’ll vote in California’s upcoming gubernatorial recall election. The Sacramento homemaker is certain of one thing: No gubernatorial candidate in the crowded race has done enough to earn the vote on people like her. “I honestly haven’t decided if I’m going to vote one way or the other,” said Sepulveda, 39. California is home to 15 million Latinos, who account for about 40% of the state population. The state’s Democratic Party has long been their preferred party. One analysis by the Public Policy Institute of California shows the maj...