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Assoc. of Latino Elected Officials Urge Obama to Act on Priorities for Latinos

The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) calls on President Obama to exercise strong leadership on key issues affecting the second-largest population group in the nation. Given the current challenges facing the nation, including the fiscal crisis, now is the most opportune time for President Obama to fulfill his commitment to the advancement of the Latino community they feel. continue reading »

San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro Doesn’t Plan on Leaving Office Anytime Soon

With his blasts of Gov. Rick Perry, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro has quickly made both friends and enemies. At a recent gathering of Hispanic leaders, Mayor Castro called the immigration agenda of Perry and other like-minded Republicans the most “anti-Latino” in a generation. continue reading »

Latino Elected Officials to Meet to Get the Hispanic Vote Out Nation Wide

With 2010 Census data demonstrating that the Latino community now numbers more than 50 million strong, the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) will assemble more continue reading »

Leading Hispanic Organization Urges Georgia Governor to Veto Arizona-Style Immigration Bill

The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund issued the following statement regarding Georgia HB 87: continue reading »

Latinos Represent Significant Number of California Youth

More than half (51%) of Californians under 18 are Latino, according to a National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund analysis of newly released Census 2010 data. continue reading »

Asst Attorney Gen. Thomas Perez Speaking to Latino Elected Officials on Redistricting

The following are comments made today by Assistant Attorney General Tomas Perez at a luncheon hosted by the National Association of Latino Elected Official on redistricting. continue reading »

NEW JERSEY OWES POPULATION GROWTH TO LATINO COMMUNITY

The growth of the Latino community accounts for New Jersey’s population increase since 2000, according to a National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund analysis of newly released Census 2010 data. continue reading »

Elected Leaders Urge Recognition of Latino Contribution to U.S. Population Increases

With the release today of Census 2010 reapportionment data, an analysis conducted by the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund shows that the growth in Latino numbers continue reading »

On Eve of DREAM Act Vote – Everyone Being Asked to Do Their Part

DREAM Act supporters are aggressively campaigning on all fronts these last days before the DREAM Act vote goes to Congress. The bill will create a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrant students if they meet certain conditions. continue reading »

Newly Elected Latino Officials Gather for Training Program in Washington D.C.

Just two weeks after the pivotal midterm election, 60 newly elected Latino officials are participating in the National Institute for Newly Elected Officials, starting today through November 21st in Washington, D.C. continue reading »

A Second Call Goes Out For Latinos NOT to Vote on Tuesday

The National Coalition of Latino Clergy and Christian Leaders, which represents 20,000 mostly evangelical churches and 7 million members, is telling its congregants NOT to vote on Tuesday. 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 »

ELECTION:  Latinos Poised to Shape Political Landscape this November

The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials project 6.5 million Latinos will vote this mid-term election season, an increase of nearly one million voters from the 2006 midterm elections. Latinos are achieving new milestones in their efforts to attain full representation at the federal and state level. continue reading »

LULAC and NALEO Condemn Latino Voter Suppression Efforts for November

The League of United Latin American Citizens, Statement- A cynical ad funded by the conservative group Latinos for Reform is running a new Spanish language ad in Nevada and California encouraging Latinos not to vote in the upcoming elections. LULAC and other Latino organizations are outraged over these ads and applaud Univision for declining to run the ad. continue reading »

Is the Latino Enthusiasm Gap Closing?

With three weeks to go until election day the Latino Decisions tracking poll reports the first signs of increasing enthusiasm and vote intention among Latino registered voters in 2010. Last week the Pew Hispanic Center released a report indicating that just 51% of Latinos planned to vote in the November midterm. continue reading »