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Republican National Committee Upping Latino Outreach Efforts in Swing States

On Monday the Republican National Committee announced the addition of six state directors whose jobs it will be to help Republicans court Latino and Hispanic voters ahead of the general election. continue reading »

Latino Mormons Not Big Fans of Romney

Though there are a number of Latino Mormons, it appears Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has not automatically won their vote. continue reading »

POLL: Marco Rubio, Rick Santorum Top List of Vice Presidential Candidates

Asked who should be the Republican nominee for Vice President, Florida Senator Marco Rubio tops the list, followed by the surging former Pennsylvania Senator, continue reading »

Somos Republicans Will Not Endrose Romney in 2012, Urges Other Latino Republicans to Do Same

Recently 2012 Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney stated he will veto the DREAM Act, therefore, SOMOS REPUBLICANS will veto Romney at the polls, according to their latest announcement. continue reading »

Castro on U.S. Politics:  Robot Better President than a Republican or Obama

A robot would govern the United States better, former Cuban President Fidel Castro says in column published Monday in official media. continue reading »

Senator McCain to Republicans ‘We Have to Fix Our Problems with the Hispanics’ (VIDEO)

If anyone is still listening to senior (not to be confused with senile) Senator John McCain then you would of heard some prophetic words on the relationship between Republicans and Latinos. continue reading »

Republican Presidential Candidate Romney Vows to Veto ‘Dream Act’ if Elected

As the Republican presidential contenders prepare for the Iowa caucus tomorrow they fielded questions from audiences throughout the weekend. continue reading »

Pew Study: Obama Approval Drops Amongst Latino Voters, Yet He Leads Over all Republican Contenders

A Pew Hispanic survey reveals that, heading into the 2012 presidential campaign, Obama and the Democratic Party continue to enjoy strong support from Latino registered voters. continue reading »

POLL:  Majority of Voters Support Requiring Photo ID for Voting, Don’t See as Discriminatory

Attorney General Eric Holder signaled last week that the Justice Department will be closely examining new state laws that require showing a photo ID before voting continue reading »

Supreme Court’s Decision on Texas Redistricting Garners Negative Reaction, Bad for Latino Voters

LULAC voiced its extreme disappointment over the decision by the United States Supreme Court to grant the State of Texas' Motion to Stay. The decision will not end the fight and LULAC will continue to litigate continue reading »

Puerto Rican Governor Fortuño Denies He’s Interested in Republican VP Slot

Puerto Rico Gov. Luis Fortuño denied having any interest in seeking office in the mainland United States, reacting to a column in the Wall Street Journal that proposed him as a possible Republican vice presidential candidate. continue reading »

NAACP: Minorities Right To Vote Being Suppressed

A new report reveals direct connections between the trend of increasing, unprecedented African American and Latino voter turnout and an onslaught of restrictive measures continue reading »

NALEO’s Statement on Texas’ Court-Drawn Redistricting Map

The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund issued the following statement regarding the release of the Texas congressional redistricting map continue reading »

Mexico to Republican Candidates:  ‘There are No Radical Islamists in Mexico’

The allegations by U.S. Republican presidential candidates that Islamic groups have a presence in Mexico "are unfounded," Foreign Secretary Patricia Espinosa said. continue reading »

Rick Perry Political Event Checks for Proof of Citizenship

Want to attend a Republican primary event for Rick Perry in New Hampshire? If so, make sure you bring proof of citizenship – no proof no admittance. continue reading »

Senator Rubio Introduces Bipartisan Jobs Bill: “Agree Act”

U.S. Senators Chris Coons (D-DE) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) have introduced The American Growth, Recovery, Empowerment and Entrepreneurship Act. continue reading »

HISPANIC VOTER POLL: Issue of Economy is Paramount

The Economy, Immigration and Education are top issues for Hispanic voters an unprecedented Univision News – Latino Decisions Election poll of Hispanic registered voters continue reading »

Chávez Returns to Venezuela Determined to Rule Until 2031

Hugo said he was free of cancer cells, and that the illness would not mar his 2012 campaign. continue reading »