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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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Getting Naked in Spain to Garner Votes (VIDEO)

The Citizens party of Catalonia, known as Ciutadans, is trying a ‘fresh’ ‘breezy’ way to promote their party as the rebels choice in Spain – going nude. Everyday citizens are seen disrobing and basically saying continue reading »

Rising Hispanic Star of Republic Party Comes under Scrutiny Again for Finances

David Rivera is running for Congress as the Republican candidate in Florida and has once again come under scrutiny for his questionable finances. The Cuban American who is currently a state representative is running to gain continue reading »

Ad Campaign to Launch Targeting Republican Senators Who Voted Against DREAM Act

Numerous organizations including big labor and liberal organizations are committing $300,000 for ad campaigns targeting the Republican Senators who either voted against or blocked passage of the DREAM Act. continue reading »

¡Si Hablo Español!– Rubio Debuts First Spanish Ads (VIDEO)

Cuban-American and Florida Senate Republican candidate Marco Rubio is reminding the voters he too speaks Spanish and is the son of Cuban-born parents with his first continue reading »