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MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The election of Jorge Bergoglio as pope is a hit with some Wisconsin Catholics, who see his Argentinian roots as a hopeful sign of change.
Leonardo Campos of Milwaukee says he and his fellow Mexicans are proud to have a pope from a Spanish-speaking country. The 45-year-old says the new Pope Francis will understand the plight of the impoverished Latin Americans whose towns are overrun by drug traffickers.
At Marquette University's campus, two graduate students said they were also excited to see an Argentinian as pope.
Thirty-year-old Andrew Karls of Green Bay says the Catholic base is growing in South America so it's wise to pick a pope from there. And 24-year-old Katie Friesen of Colby, Kan., says she hopes Bergoglio is committed to restoring transparency to the Vatican.
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