Fusion's Jorge Ramos talks to actress and political activist Eva Longoria about her latest venture, the Latino Victory Project, which officially kicks off on Cinco de Mayo. The organization's goal is to encourage more Latinos to run for office and get involved in the political process. And ever since actress Eva Longoria entered the world of political activism, it's the question everyone keeps asking: will she run for office? Fielding the question from Jorge Ramos, Longoria laughs it off gracefully. "No, gosh no, I mean, you think Hollywood's dirty?!" While a run for office may not be in her future, it's clear she'll continue to be a powerful voice for the Latino community. Watch our full interview with Eva Longoria on AMERICA Tuesday night at 10 p.m EST.

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