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President Barack Obama Endorses Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva for Congress

Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva announced his endorsement by President Barack Obama in Grijalva’s bid for reelection. President Obama released the following statement: continue reading »

Bilingual ‘Get Out the Vote’ Campaign Launched by Univision

Spanish-language media giant Univision announced Tuesday the launching of its first bilingual civic participation campaign to encourage Latinos to register to vote and to participate in the election in November. continue reading »

Reaction to Senator Marco Rubio’s DREAM Act Proposal

This is in response to Rubio’s and Romney’s DREAM Act proposal. No call has to be raised and it is reasonable to ask Republicans to support Republican Orrin Hatch’s version of the DREAM Act. continue reading »

Obama’s Reelection Campaign Launches Spanish-Language Ads in Florida, Nevada and Colorado

President Barack Obama's re-election campaign said the Hispanic vote will be a "deciding" element in the upcoming election and, to capture it in November, on Wednesday launched a barrage of Spanish-language radio and television ads in Florida, Nevada and Colorado. continue reading »

Minorities More Optimistic Government-Sponsored Healthcare With Benefit Everyone

3,892 respondents participated in the 1st March American Pulse conducted 3/12-3/19/2012, utilizing BIGinsight™ and reInvention survey panels. The latest results show that Hispanics, Blacks and Asians are more optimistic about the benefits of a government-sponsored healthcare system while W continue reading »

Measuring the Latino Vote State by State

There's been a lot of buzz about the latino voter influence in the november elections. Yet it's hard to really tell how much influence it will have. Latino voter registrations are super low and disillusionment pretty high. A group of political scientist have taken all of this and more into account and may have come up with a formula to to measure the latino influence. 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 »

POLL:  Latinos Prefer an Expanded Role for Government

The recently released Pew Hispanic Center poll had many nuggets of information from Latinos identifying themselves with their country of origin to English vs. Spanish to their preference of an expanded role for government. 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:  60% Polled Americans Say Border Control Priority in Immigration Reform Debate

Voters continue to support a welcoming immigration policy and still feel strongly that immigration reform should focus on border control. continue reading »

JUST IN:  Romney Wins Puerto Rico Primary Trouncing Rick Santorum

Former Massachusetts Governor and Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has apparently won the Puerto Rico primary. Though residents of this territory cannot vote for a President they do have twenty delegates to give to the primary winner. continue reading »

If Habla Español than No Statehood for Puerto Rico Says Santorum

Republican Presidential Rick Santorum is in Puerto Rico ahead of Sunday’s primary and obviously forgot the territory’s official languages are BOTH English and Spanish. continue reading »

Romney Ads Attack Santorum for His Supporting Vote for Justice Sotomayor in 1998

In a seemingly unwise move for someone trying to attract Latino voters, Mitt Romney’s campaign has been airing ads attacking fellow Republican Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum for confirming Sonia Sotomayor’s 19 continue reading »

Bloggers Agree: Mitt Romney, GOP Candidates Ignore Latino Vote at Their Peril

Remember Wednesday night’s GOP debate in Mesa, Arizona, where the Republican candidates proclaimed that Arizona and its extremist SB 1070 anti-immigrant law was a model for the country? continue reading »

NALEO’s Arizona Latino Voter Profile

The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund, released its 2012 primary electoral profile for the state of Arizona. continue reading »

A New Way to Measure the Burgeoning Power of the Immigrant Vote

Voter registration is a key measure of immigrant integration. After all, what could be more American than casting your ballot on Election Day? When measuring immigrant voting patterns, voter registration is typically defined as the continue reading »

Singer Romeo Santos Working with Voto Latino to get Latinos Registered to Vote

Voto Latino has announced that it will be offering non-partisan voter registration at the upcoming tour dates of Romeo Santos, whose new album ‘Formula Vol. 1’ has already claimed eleven weeks at #1 on Billboard’s continue reading »

Prominent Latinos to Serve as Co-Chairs of Obama’s Reelection Bid

Prominent Hispanics from across the United States, including Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Texas Rep. Charles A. Gonzalez and actress Eva Longoria continue reading »

PRI Presidential Candidate Enrique Peña Nieto “Addicted to Women” Journalist Says

Presidential candidate Enrique Peña Nieto is not a womanizer, but he is "addicted to women," Mexican journalist Alberto Tavira, who just published a book about the politician based on interviews with women who have been close to him, told Efe. continue reading »

Romney, Professed Mormon, Goes Against Mission of his Church

Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's stance against immigration reform contrasts with the position of his Mormon denomination, continue reading »