Republicans keep fueling the fire for Latino voters

Millions of younger Latinos, especially those born to undocumented parents, are feeling a greater responsibility to get involved in the 2016 Presidential Election. Trump’s hate-filled speeches about Mexican immigrants have revved the debate about immigration, the issue that will drive many Latinos—young and old—straight to the polls.  90 more words


Latino Vote: Julián Castro will endorse Hillary Clinton in San Antonio

Julián Castro, the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and former mayor of San Antonio, will endorse Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in the Alamo City next week, according to a… 119 more words


Latino Vote: Hillary Clinton launches Latino outreach campaign

Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, whose polling numbers have slipped in recent months, announced Thursday through her campaign staff that she is kicking off a Latino outreach campaign this month. 346 more words


Trumped...The Hispanic Vote

Last Presidential election only about 48% of the eligible Hispanic voters in this country turned out to vote. Something between 71-73% voted for President Obama. 52 more words

The Post-Racial Life

Puerto Ricans in Florida: Swing Constituency in a Swing State

By Fulton Armstrong and Eric Hershberg

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A surge in the number of Puerto Ricans moving to Florida suggests a major shift in the impact of Latino issues in next year’s U.S. 752 more words

Trump's Controversial Immigration Comments Fueling Latino Vote Drive

CHICAGO (CBS) — It’s day one of a campaign to register millions of new voters in the nation’s fastest growing demographic group.

A total of 800,000 Latinos are turning 18 in the next year alone. 263 more words