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Washington Post Claims Hispanic Voter Registation is Down, Obama Camp Cries False

In response to a Washington Post article titled, "Voter registration down among Hispanics, blacks,"President Obama's Director of Constituency Press released a piece of their own calling the Post article inaccurate due to the use of 18-mponth-old Census data from November 2010. continue reading »

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 Vote to be Important in Election and ‘Extremely Influential’ in Certain Key States

Hispanics once again will be a key swing vote in the presidential election in states like Florida, but they also could sway the outcome in places with small Latino communities such as Virginia, according to a study presented Thursday by immigrant advocacy group America's Voice. continue reading »

WATCH Colbert Video on Romney’s ‘Latino Vote’ Problem - Hilarious!

Watch a hilarious video from the 'Colbert Report' as Stephen Colbert explains Mitt Romney's Latino vote problem, i.e. he doesn't have it. Not only does Colbert explain the problem he enlists his own Super PAC to get the Republican's the Latino vote. The video according to Colbert is "English with a Spanish accent." continue reading »

POLL:  56% Oppose Govt Blocking Texas Voter ID Law to Benefit Latino Voters

The Obama administration has blocked Texas’ new law requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls, saying it would suppress Hispanic voter turnout, and the United Nations is now investigating the fairness of such laws in Texas and other states. continue reading »

JUST IN:  Obama Blocks Controversial Texas Voter ID Law, Citing Unfair to Latinos

The Obama administration has just blocked Texas proposed voter ID law that would require government issue photo identification to vote. The Department of Justice (DOJ) cited the demographic make up of the Latino voting base as reason for the block, saying the law would have an unfair impact on the Hispanic voter. continue reading »

Texas Attorney General Files Lawsuit to Have Voter ID Law Implemented

Monday, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott filed suit against the U.S. Dept. of Justice to seek a federal court’s approval to implement the Texas voter identification law. 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 »

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 »

Marcio Rubio Will be President Someday Predicts Rush Limbaugh, Sees Him as ‘Conservative Purity’

Conservative radio talk host Rush Limbaugh is jumping on the ‘We love everything about Marco Rubio’ bandwagon. Yesterday during his program Limbaugh predicted Rubio “someday [is] going to be president of the United States.” continue reading »

Presidential Contenders, Romney and Perry, Speak Out About Immigration over Labor Day Weekend

As the Republican contenders for the Presidency get ready for their Labor Day debate two of them made comments on the issue of immigration over the weekend. continue reading »

Latino Decisions:  Obama’s Latino Challenge

The President has a long list of things to worry about, topped by his approval to disapproval ratio in the general electorate. Among Latinos the downward trend in approval is reflected, but less severe continue reading »

LATINO DECISIONS POLL:  President Obama’s Support Waning Amongst Latino Voters

The most recent poll of Latino voters reveals a continuing political problem for President Barack Obama, which he must address if he wants to get re-elected next year. The number of Latinos who are certain to vote for Obama in 2012 does not reach the level needed to, continue reading »

Justice Dept Mandates Spanish & Chinese Language Voting Material Be Made Available in CA

The Civil Rights Division and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California announced today an agreement with Alameda County, Calif., to ensure compliance with provisions of the Voting Rights Act that require the county to provide election materials and information in Spanish and Chinese. continue reading »

PEW:  Record Number of Latinos Voted in 2010 Midterm Elections

A new study out by the Pew Hispanic Center shows that a record 6.6 million Latinos voted in last year’s mid-term elections. This finding disputes some earlier reports that Latino’s stayed home and also signals the influence they can exert in the upcoming Presidential elections. continue reading »

Latinos and Redistricting in the Northeast

Over 100 Latino voting rights advocates from throughout the Northeast gathered on Saturday in New York City to develop strategies for promoting Latino community participation in the redistricting process throughout the region continue reading »

ELECTION:  Multiple Sources Available to Assist Eligible Latino Voters

Latinos are poised to play a critical role in this year’s midterm election, and the NALEO Educational Fund is ready to ensure that all eligible Latino voters have the information and support needed to cast their ballots and have their voices heard. continue reading »

Latino Voter Participation Summit

¡SU VOTO ES SU VOZ! Latino Voter Participation Summit. This Saturday, October 23. Make Your Voice Heard. The goal of this Summit is to ensure that every Latino leader is engaged and inspires as many Latinos as possible to vote on Tuesday, November 2. continue reading »

ELECTION:  Latinos Poised to Shape Political Landscape this November

The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials project 6.5 million Latinos will vote this mid-term election season, an increase of nearly one million voters from the 2006 midterm elections. Latinos are achieving new milestones in their efforts to attain full representation at the federal and state level. continue reading »

Nevada Latinos Urged Not to Vote by Republican Special Interest Group on Univision Ads (VIDEO)

Here is the English version of an ad now pulled by Univision television that is telling the Hispanic electorate not to vote to punish the Democrats for not coming through on their promises to take up immigration reform. continue reading »