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Run off For 25th Ward Between Incumbent Danny Solis and Cuahutemoc Morfin

Though the Mayor's race has been decided a total of 14 Chicago aldermanic ward races must take place in April, since these alderman races did not garner a candidate that won more than 50 percent of the votes. continue reading »

Voters Already Expressing Likely Disappointment in new Republican Congress Seated Today

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 67% of Likely U.S. Voters – two-out-of-three – think it is at least somewhat likely that most voters will be disappointed with Republicans in Congress before the 2012 elections. This includes 37% who say it is Very Likely. continue reading »

Republicans Afraid to Lose Latino Vote Trying to Please GOP Voters

Republican politicians in California are rethinking their positions on the Support Federal Immigration Law (FIL) Act , the state’s Arizona-style immigration proposal, as they fear separating themselves further from the fastest growing voter group in California—Latinos. continue reading »

An Overview:  Role of the Latino Vote in this Election

Strong Latino voter turnout in key battle ground states has demonstrated once again that the growing Hispanic population is having an increasingly profound impact on US elections. Latino Republicans in particular combined strong support from continue reading »

ELECTION:  Number of Hispanics that Voted Early Increased this Year

If the number of Hispanics casting early ballots is an indicator of the community’s election participation then it will be a high turnout. The number of Latinos that voted early for the mid-term elections is up by continue reading »

ELECTION:  Do You Know Where to Vote?

Did you know that two million people failed to cast their ballots in 2008 just because they couldn't find their polling place. The folks at the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI) want to make sure that doesn't happen to you, which is why we're sending you this cool new tool that looks up your voting location. Please use it, share it with your friends, and then go vote! continue reading »

Final Latino Decisions Tracking Poll Indicates Democrats Winning Latino Vote

On this, the eve of the 2010 Midterm Elections, the Latino Decisions tracking poll finds a Latino vote more energized, more enthused, and significantly more Democratic than at the start of the general election campaign. continue reading »

Know Your Rights on Election Day - Some Helpful Tips by NCLR

In light of news about various efforts to suppress the Latino vote in several states, the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) has put together the following list of suggestions to help you be prepared on Election Day. continue reading »

Two-out-of-Three Americans Don’t Feel Better Off Than They were Five Years Ago

As a highly anxious and in many cases angry electorate prepares to vote, a new national telephone survey finds that two-out-of-three Americans (67%) feel the country is not better off today than it was five years ago. continue reading »

ELECTION:  Brian “My Kids Don’t Look Hispanic” Sandoval Poised to be Nevada’s Next Governor

The Rasmussen polls are showing Republican gubernatorial candidate, Brian Sandoval, with a 20-point lead with one week to go to election time. Brian Sandoval who enjoys 95% of the Tea Party vote is running against Democrat Rory Reid. continue reading »

ELECTION:  Meg Whitman Continues Outreach to Latino Community with Confusing Messages (VIDEO)

Meg Whitman, candidate for Governor of California continues to reach out to the 17 million Latino voters in California with new ads this week – the problem is that the message is in direct opposition to what she is saying in her English language election ads. ¿Que Pasa? continue reading »

ELECTION:  Ya Es Hora Steps Up Voter Outreach Campaign

With less than two weeks left for the pivotal midterm elections and in partnership with the Ya es Hora, ¡Ve y Vota! (It’s Time! Go and Vote!) coalition, the Univision network is declaring October 26 as the official “YA ES HORA DAY.” continue reading »

ELECTION:  Democrats Spending $1 Million on Spanish Language Ads (VIDEO)

This week Democrats announced they are spending $1 million on Spanish language ads featuring President Barack Obama in this last critical week before mid-term elections. This Spanish language ad buy is the largest one made by the Democrats thus far. continue reading »

ELECTION:  Latino Electoral Influence Holding Both Parties Accountable

Whether Latino voter turnout is high or low, their influence will register in the 2010 midterms because this time, attention is squarely focused on whether they vote, rather than for whom they vote. It is all but a foregone conclusion that the vast majority of Latino voters will support Democrats. After years of escalating and egregious political scapegoating, few Latinos consider the GOP a viable option. 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 »

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 »

Sharron Angle has Not Only Offended Hispanic Children but All Hispanic Icons the World Over

As the storm rages around Republican Senatorial candidate Sharron Angle's comments other Hispanic super stars are joining in on the debate, see below. The controversy started when Angle visited the Rancho High School that is predominantly Hispanic. continue reading »

ELECTION:  Catholic Hispanics Remain Strongly Democratic

A new survey finds that Catholic Hispanics strongly support Democrats for Congress in the November election, while Protestant Hispanics are closely divided. continue reading »

Efforts to Increase Latino Voters Making Headway

Across the country numerous Hispanic organizations are registering and engaging Latinos in the political process. Most notably Democracia USA has 100,000 new Latino voters registered thus far this year. The new voters were reached either through canvassing and media outreach. continue reading »