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Tag Results for "Latino Voters"

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 »

National Tequila Party to Protest at GOP Convention and Sheriff Arpaio’s Speech

The National Tequila Party Movement is set to leave Phoenix, Arizona, this Sunday, August 26, 2012, via the Freedom Riders for Immigrants. 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 »

Demi Lovato Working With Wilmer Valderrama on Voto Latino PSA (VIDEO)

Being directed by former flame Wilmer Valderrama, X Factor judge Demi Lovato is working on a PSA for the Voto Latino. The organization seeks to ensure the roughly 9 million American continue reading »

POLL: Romney Choosing Rubio for VP May Not Sway Latino Voters

According to a recent Latino Decisions poll, Florida voters’ likelihood of voting for presidential candidate Mitt Romney may not be swayed if he chooses U.S. Senator Marco Rubio to run as his Vice President. 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 »

Poor Arizona Democratic Leadership Causes Drop of 52,000 Dem Voters While Independents Surge

Voter frustration with political hyper-partisanship in Arizona may explain the swell over the past two years in registered independents — a change that some political insiders deem dangerous. The biggest increase in independents occurred between June 2010 and July 2011, and the numbers have basically stayed flat over the past year. continue reading »

Mitt Romney’s Son Stars in Campaign’s Latest Spanish-Language Ad “Los Invito” (VIDEO)

On Wednesday, Mitt Romney’s campaign released its eighth Spanish-language ad, letting Craig Romney do the talking once again. The ad coincides with the launching of ‘Juntos Con 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 »

Hispanic Voters Put Other Issues Before Immigration

U.S. Hispanics prioritize immigration, healthcare, and unemployment to equal degrees, according to a new USA Today/Gallup poll asking about the importance of six national policy issues. Twenty percent of Hispanics each mention one of the top three issues as mattering most to them, while 17% name economic growth, continue reading »

Mitt Romney Promises Latino Forum He’ll Have his Own Immigration Plan

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney promised Thursday before a Latino forum his own immigration plan to replace the provisional measure announced last week by President Barack Obama. continue reading »

Poll: Obama Approval Rating Among Latino Voters Rising After Last Week’s Immigration Announcement

On June 17, Latino Decisions and America’s Voice released the findings of a new poll and found many registered voters in the Latino community were very glad to hear about President Obama’s recent memo to immigration officials, in which he asked for a stop to deportations of undocumented youth. continue reading »

Niece of Singer Celia Cruz Entering Georgia State Rep. Race

The niece of the late salsa queen Celia Cruz seeks to enter the field of politics in Georgia and has ambitions to become a state representative. Linda Becquer Pritchett, who grew up under the influence of the iconic Cuban-American singe continue reading »

Fla. Refuses to Obey DOJ, Will Continue “Voter Suppression”, Claiming Non-Citizens are on Voter List

The state of Florida plans to defy an order from the U.S. Department of Justice and continue to purge people from the voter list under the assumption that they are not American citizens, legal voters. continue reading »

Texas Primary: Congressman Silvestre Reyes Loses

U.S. Rep. Silvestre Reyes, D-Texas, will have to give up his seat in the House of Representatives after losing the primary in his state, thus ending a 16-year-political career in Washington. 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 »

North Carolina’s Hispanic Vote Doubles in 4 Years

The proportion of Hispanic voters in North Carolina, which is considered to be a key state in the upcoming presidential election, has doubled over the past four years, according to a recent analysis by the Institute for Southern Studies. continue reading »

Expert Calls a U.S. Without its Hispanic Population “Impossible to Think About”

The enormous demographic growth and buying power of the Hispanic population give this community a key role in the present and future of the United States, experts in Miami agreed on Thursday. continue reading »