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Tag Results for "Latino Vote 2012"

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 »

“A Republican Probably Can’t Win Without About 40 percent, Minimum, of the Hispanic And Latino V

"A Republican probably can't win without about 40 percent, minimum, of the Hispanic and Latino vote." You've heard that many times from America's Voice. Now, it's coming from a leading political pundit, Larry Sabato: continue reading »

To Win 2012 Presidency the GOP Needs to Think Outside of the Box the same way Jon Huntsman Does

What has happened to the party of Lincoln and Reagan? It has lost its way and if does not start thinking strategically, it will become the minority party for many years to come. continue reading »

Iowa Caucus Results and the Overlooked Latino Voter

The first chapter on the road to the presidential election of 2012 was written today in Iowa without even a Latino voter footnote. continue reading »

POLL: Hispanic Voters Favor Obama Over Romney by Nearly 3:1 Margin

Months of extreme anti-immigrant rhetoric from Mitt Romney and his GOP rivals seems to be taking its toll, with Hispanic voters going to President Obama in a landslide according to a new Pew Hispanic Center poll released today. continue reading »

Shameless Sheriff Arpaio in Iowa Campaigning Alongside Rick Perry

Apparently America’s alleged toughest Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s label as a racist and Latino loather aren’t bothering Republican presidential hopeful Texas Governor Rick Perry. continue reading »

Immigration Reform Pledge Created for Political Candidates from Both Parties to Sign

A Immigration Reform Pledge has been written by Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, President of The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, and Robert Gittleson, Co-Founder of Conservatives for Comprehensive Immigration Reform. continue reading »

Why are Progressive Latinos Abandoning Obama?

When Barack Obama was elected the first Black president of the United States in 2008, it was with 67 percent of the Latino vote that turned out in record numbers (10 million Latinos, 9 percent of voter turnout). continue reading »

On Immigration & Latino Voters, GOP 2012 Contenders Just Don’t Get It

The reviews continue to pour in about last week’s Republican presidential primary debate and the consensus is clear – the GOP’s continued mishandling of the immigration issue threatens their chances in the general election, especially with respect to reaching the 40% threshold with Latino voters. Among the new reactions to the debate and other developments from over the weekend: continue reading »

Rep. Gutierrez, ACLU, PRLDEF, NILP raise concerns about Puerto Rico (VIDEO)

Rep. Luis V. Gutierrez (IL-4) returns to the House Floor to call attention to an open letter to Congress in Roll Call about violations of civil and human rights by police and law enforcement in Puerto Rico. The open letter was written by the ACLU, Latino Justice/PRLDEF, and the National Institute for Latino Policy. continue reading »

Rep. Gutierrez Confirmed for Netroots Nation Panel on Power Of the Latino Vote

Representative Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) will join Markos Moulitsas, founder of Daily Kos; Eliseo Medina, Secretary-Treasurer of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU); Maribel Hastings, Spanish Language Reporter/Blogger; and Adam Luna, continue reading »

Tequila Party Events Scheduled in Nearly 20 States in Preparation for 2012

Through Rallies and concerts, The Tequila Party wants to organize a record Latino Vote in 2012. With events scheduled in nearly 20 states, the kickoff will be in Tucson on June 4. continue reading »