Campaign begins in Coachella to step up Latino voters

Mi Familia Vota, a national nonprofit working to generate political involvement in Latino communities, is spreading a campaign in Coachella to prepare for the November elections. 57 more words


The GOP lust for Latinos picks up steam

Ronald Reagan once said that Latinos were Republicans. They just didn’t know it yet.

Never before has the GOP hoped those words were truer than in the upcoming fall elections leading into the 2016 American electoral marathon better known as the presidential campaign. 839 more words


Can Obama Fire up Latinos in Texas?

President Barack Obama flies into Texas Wednesday on a political trip that could go a long way in determining whether the Latino vote can be fired up to help turn the Lone Star State Democratic blue this fall and beyond. 730 more words


Latinos to play decisive role in New Mexico primary election

With Latinos accounting for nearly one-third of registered voters in New Mexico, a new report finds they are poised to play a decisive role in the state’s primary elections being held Tuesday. 622 more words