Latino Vote: Univision poll puts Hillary Clinton firmly ahead of presidential pack among Hispanics

As the presidential race starts to heat up, Somos Austin will begin to do a series of occasional blog posts on the impact of the Latino Vote on the 2016 election. 629 more words


Massive Asian Pacific Islander American, Latino voter registration drive kicks off Tuesday, July 7th

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America Ferrera Thanks Donald Trump for Mobilizing Latino Voters

Donald Trump’s insensitive comments about Mexican immigrants haven’t come without punishment from his now former business partners like Univision and NBC. But actress America Ferrera, herself of Honduran descent, wants to thank Trump for his recent statements. 221 more words

Christie faults GOP for sounding unwelcoming to Latinos

WASHINGTON (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie faulted his party Wednesday, June 10, for its unwelcoming tone at times to minority voters.

In a speech to a Latino Coalition small business conference, the potential Republican presidential contender also boasted about getting 51 percent of the Hispanic vote in his re-election as governor. 314 more words


Historia! History Baby! 2015 Vote

Historic Primary for Philadelphia Puerto Ricans and Latinos

   Quinones Sanchez Wins//Diaz Impact

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Philadelphia – “History baby. History.”

A voice cried out from among a gathering at American and Lehigh’s Isla Verde Cafe, Tuesday night, as Nelson Diaz – the first Puerto Rican mayoral candidate – began a concession speech in the wake of a Democratic primary victory by James Kenney. 792 more words

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Julian Castro: right pick for HRC's ticket?

OK, here’s the deal.

I’ve already noted that it is absurd to try handicapping who will be the Republican and Democratic vice-presidential running mates next year. 369 more words

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