Univision's Jorge Ramos Calls Obama's Immigration Actions a 'Triumph For The Latino Community'

Shortly after President Obama scheduled his Thursday primetime address to announce new executive actions on immigration, his top White House communications advisor, Dan Pfeiffer, took to Twitter… 2,081 more words

20-year-old Latino wins election as CT state representative

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Throughout his teen years, or practically half his life, Aundré Bumgardner has worked in political campaigns for Republican candidates in southeast Connecticut. 1,030 more words


Como Greg Abbott ganó más votantes latinos

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Nota: Estas entrevistas fueron conducidas en inglés y traducidas por el equipo editorial de ¡Ahora Si! 819 more words


U.S. Elections: Latino Vote Not Decisive

By Eric Hershberg and Fulton Armstrong

Preliminary estimates indicate that Latino voter participation and support for Democratic Party candidates on Tuesday were similar to the 2010 mid-terms – but not enough to overcome the Republicans’ gains across the broader population.  600 more words

Four takeaways on the Latino Vote from the Texas Elections

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Now that the dust has settled and Republicans have maintained their 16-year hold on statewide elections in Texas and 20-year hold on the governor’s office, it’s a good time to step back and analyze how the Latino vote impacted this November election. 1,058 more words


News Taco: For Texas Latinos, Voting Rights is Voter Education

Can you guess how many eligible Latino voters in Texas did not vote in the 2012 elections? 61%

I was surprised by that percentage too. Close to 4 million Latinos were eligible to vote in Texas, but 61 percent chose not too.   138 more words

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