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Sen. Marco Rubio’s Family has Connection to Drug Trade

Details are surfacing that Senator Marco Rubio’s older sister was caught up on the wrong side of one of the most notable antinarcotics operations in South Florida of 1987. continue reading »

Senator Rubio Gives His Inaugural Senate Speech, Speaks of Economic Prosperity

Though he has been in office for six months, Florida senator Marco Rubio gave his inaugural speech in the Senate last week, and called for a new "American century” which is to begin a new era of economic prosperity. continue reading »

Florida Senator Rubio to Get 2nd Job While Senate Not in Session – Will Teach College

The Cuban-American Republican Senator Marco Rubio may soon be known as the hardest-working man around. The junior Senator from Florida has agreed to co-teach a college political science class twice a week while the Senate is not in session. continue reading »

“Marco Rubio is not the solution to the Hispanic Problem” Hispanic GOP

As the largest national Latin Republican group in the United States, we believe we have to address Rubio’s recent remarks because he made it very clear that he has opposed the DREAM Act continue reading »

Sen. Rubio: One of Us Supporting None of Us

On Monday Politico reported on Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fl.) and his surprising stance against the DREAM Act. In a nationally televised interview with the Spanish-language television network Telemundo, continue reading »

GOP Florida Senator Marco Rubio Urging Regime Change in Libya

Senator Marco Rubio, star of the 2010 elections and often mentioned 2012 Republican VP candidate is finding his voice after keeping a low profile in the first three months in the Senate. continue reading »

Senate Tea Party Caucus Only Garners 4 Members, Marco Rubio a No-Show

The newly formed Senate Tea Party Caucus, all four of them, gathered yesterday for its inaugural meeting greeted by about 100 activists supporters but missing three other senators continue reading »

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Welcomes Members of 112th Congress

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) and the Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) welcomed Hispanic American members of the 112th Congress at a reception in early January continue reading »

From Afghanistan Sen. Marco Rubio, Days into New Job, Opposes Obama Troop Withdrawal Plan

Florida Republican Senator, Marco Rubio, days into his Senatorial job is on a five-day visit to Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is traveling with other Republican senators including Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. continue reading »

Marco Rubio Not Interested in Being VP in 2012 – Despite All the Buzz About Him

The newly sworn in Republican Senator from Florida, Marco Rubio is putting everyone on notice that he is not interested in the possibility of being the 2012 Republican candidate for Vice President. continue reading »

Latinos Are Fleeing Republicans, Not Flocking to Them

A few conservative talking heads are pointing to the slight increase in Latino support for Republicans in the 2010 election as evidence of growing support for the GOP among Latinos. Careful scrutiny, however, reveals that this assertion continue reading »

Susana Martinez, Marco Rubio and the New Latino Leadership

Out of the historic victory of a surprising number of Hispanic Republican candidates in the midterms two weeks ago, a new political profile of Latino leadership is taking shape, and it runs counter to the dominant liberal and pro-Democrat image. After the remarkable electoral shakeup of Nov. 2, the time seems ripe for this sort of turnover -- time to reset shopworn ideas and cast out old images. continue reading »

It Takes One to Know One:  Castro Sees Tea Party as “Facism”

In the ultimate pot calling the kettle black, former Cuban dictator and President Fidel Castro recognized the Tea Party but not in very favorable terms. continue reading »

Hispanics Nationwide Voted Differently than White non-Hispanic Voters

Tuesday’s midterm elections were historic for Hispanics. For the first time ever, three Latino candidates—all of them Republicans—won top statewide offices. In New Mexico, voters elected the nation’s first Latina governor, Republican Susana Martinez. continue reading »

This Midterm Election Sees Numerous Latino Candidates Elected Throughout Country

Numerous Latino candidates were elected to office thanks in great part to the Republican wave that swept the country this mid-term election. The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund released the following statement regarding these Latino candidates: continue reading »

Can an Anti-Immigrant Stance be the Winning Formula for Hispanic Candidates?

Three Hispanic Republican candidates are running for office in different parts of the country with strong anti-immigration stances and many are wondering how strong the Latino vote will be continue reading »

Rubio has Double Digit Lead in Florida Senate Race

Republican Marco Rubio has a double digit lead over Democratic candidate Kendrick Meek and independent Gov. Charlie Crist in Florida’s US Senate race. A Quinnipiac University poll shows Rubio leading at 46%, Crist 33% and US Rep Meek at 18% in the three-way race. continue reading »

¡Si Hablo Español!– Rubio Debuts First Spanish Ads (VIDEO)

Cuban-American and Florida Senate Republican candidate Marco Rubio is reminding the voters he too speaks Spanish and is the son of Cuban-born parents with his first continue reading »