Fri, Feb 24, 2012 12:15 PM EST

?time-latinos-voters.jpgThis week's TIME Magazine cover that lands at newsstands today claims Latinos will declare who the next President is. "Yo Decido. Why Latinos will pick the next President," the covers headline reads.

The cover is made up 20 portraits that include a dancer, a DREAMer; a nutrition undergrads, car aficionados and immigration activists; Mexicans, Hondurans and Guatemalans. And a man who could pass as Latino but is actually half Chinese and half white.

Michelle Woo at the OC Weekly describes the cover and feature story:

The accompanying story by Michael Scherer explores how the rising force that is the Latino vote can turn Arizona into a presidential battleground in 2012. The cover illustration is made of 20 different portraits of Latino men and women in Phoenix, all photographed by Marco Grob. In classic Time form, it's clean and powerful.

Except that at least one person pictured is not actually Latino.

A friend of mine, Michael Schennum, is the short-haired gentleman in the top row, center, behind the letter "M." He is half Chinese and half white. Not Latino. Not even a little bit.