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REPORT: Stepping Up: The Impact of the Newest Immigrant, Asian and Latino Voters

This new congressional level data shows that over the next four election cycles, the electoral composition will change as younger Asian and Latino adults, as well as naturalized immigrants (both sympathetic to immigration issues) enter the voting booth. This transformation of the electorate is happening because younger Americans are much more diverse than older Americans. continue reading »

2016 Latino Voter Poll:  Rubio Leads GOP and Clinton Leads Democrats

A new Latino Decisions/America’s Voice poll on the 2016 Latino vote puts Florida Senator Marco Rubio at the top of the list for the GOP and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on top for the Democrats. continue reading »

STUDY: Latino Voters Face Bias by Election Officials

A study by Harvard political science students found that local election officials are biased against Latino voters and hence are less responsive to their election inquiries. continue reading »

Latino Vote:  Republican Lawmakers Eye Tougher Election Laws

The run-up to the 2012 elections was one of court battles and legislative jockeying over Republican-backed voter ID and elections laws that critics called bald-faced attempts to suppress turnout and disenfranchise Democratic voters. continue reading »

I Told You So! Latino Power Surge Decades in the Making

¿Sabes que? “I Told You So!” I told you all that the Latino vote would play a decisive role in this presidential election. continue reading »

Voto Latino: Make Sure We Don’t Miss a Beat When We Start the New Year

From VotoLatino: Tomorrow we start a new year -- and Voto Latino turns a new page. The 2012 election made it clear that American demographics are changing. Now, the future of our democracy depends on our ability to get our continue reading »

Can Latinos Change Utah From Red to Blue?

It’s known as the reddest of the red states. And a recent article in the Ogden Standard-Examiner reiterated the fact: In a state considered among the reddest in the United States, the increasing number of Hispanic voters in Utah could eventually begin to soften some of that red influence. continue reading »

WATCH Jorge Ramos Discuss Latino Voters, Mitt Romney on ‘The Colbert Report’ (VIDEO)

I will begin all by questions with an upside-down question mark." - Colbert -- Noticiero Univision's anchor Jorge Ramos recently stopped by The Colbert Report, and while the show is satirical in nature, Ramos got serious about the today's election issues. continue reading »

POLL: Obama Has Huge Lead Among Hispanics

Barack Obama and his vice president and running mate, Joe Biden, would receive the support of a robust 63 percent of Hispanic voters compared with 28 percent who would vote for Mitt Romney and Paul Rya continue reading »

LATINO VOTE: Pennsylvania Judge Refuses to Halt Voter ID Law

A Pennsylvania judge has refused to block the state’s furiously debated voter identification law, smoothing the way for its use during the November election. continue reading »

Pro-Immigrant Groups Not a Fan of Romney-Ryan Ticket

Mitt Romney's selection of Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as his running mate is additional proof of the "disconnection" of Republicans with the reality of the majority of Hispanics in the United States, several pro-immigrant groups said Monday. continue reading »

Voto Latino Teams Up with Latino Fraternities to Register New Voters

Voto Latino is unveiling RepUrLetters.org to launch a contest to engage Latino Greek life in Voto Latino’s civic engagement efforts across the country. continue reading »

Romney Campaign Releases 9th Spanish-Language Ad: Son Touts Mexican Heritage

Craig Romney has once again been tapped to speak on behalf of his father, the likely Republican candidate for president, Mitt Romney, in the campaign’s 9th Spanish-language ad. continue reading »

Poll Finds 53% of Florida Voters Support Obama’s Immigration Policies

According to a Mason-Dixon Polling & Research poll commission by the Miami Herald, the Tampa Bay Times, and Bay News 9, Florida residents favor President Obama’s immigration policies. continue reading »

Bilingual Website Created to Encourage Hispanics to Vote in Coming Election - Latinosavotar.com

A group of professionals has launched a bilingual Web site that is aimed at spurring Hispanics to vote in the November election and increasing their participation in politics. continue reading »

Obama Well in the Lead Among Hispanic Voters, Romney Falls Further Behind

President Barack Obama has expanded his already substantial advantage over likely Republican rival Mitt Romney, a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Telemundo poll released Wednesday shows. continue reading »

Mitt Romney Wants Latinos to Remember Their High Unemployment Rate Under Obama

Likely Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney launched Monday a new ad in Spanish blasting President Barack Obama's recent assertion that "the private sector (of the economy) is doing fine." continue reading »

Expanding Hispanic Population to Play Major Role in Texas Elections

While Latino organizations point to Texas as a state where election results will be determined by Hispanics, the two Democrats vying to represent El Paso in Congress say that what they believe most important are border issues, apart from any ethnic differences. continue reading »

Poll: Obama Favored Over Romney Among Hispanic Voters - But Pres’ Work for Hispanic Vote Not Over

Though Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's campaign is aware they will need as much of the Latino vote as they can get, it is surely an uphill battle, as Republicans have historically no been very popular among Hispanics/Latinos. continue reading »

RUBIO WATCH:  Weekend Anti-Obama Rhetoric Makes Marco Rubio Look Like a Candidate Again

Florida Senator Marco Rubio appeared on Chris Wallace’s ‘Fox News Sunday’ chatting on all things President Obama has done wrong. He was so critical that you would think Rubio is running for office again but this time against the President. More likely he is hoping to be noticed for the Republican Vice Presidential slot in spite of all his denials. continue reading »