There are an estimated 27 million Latinos eligible to vote in 2016.
Voter registration data in Florida over the past three-plus years show a dramatic shift in the partisan identities of Sunshine State Hispanics. The data suggest a potential sea change in the partisan commitments of the fastest-growing voting block in what remains a pivotal swing state in presidential elections.
She is not going to move the voters with her oratory skills, or by making promises that everyone already predicts. She needs to narrow her communication gap with the voters by dispensing with the guarded persona that muddles her message--even though the content in her message is far more defined, corporeal, and nuanced than her opponent's rather murky "plans" (declarations only, no details).
Election Day is about a month away. And while candidates fight for your vote, it's important to know what happens after you cast it.
Trump is appealing to the same conservative Cuban-American crowd that supports an embargo against Cuba, but his promises to maintain a ban against the island nation ring hollow after his hypocrisy has been exposed.
Should Hillary Clinton win, she will owe that victory in large part to Latinas and other women of color.
The Latino electorate is diverse and different segments exhibit varying levels of support for the candidates and political parties. Yes, younger Latinos are reacting more negatively to Donald Trump's rhetoric, but they also reacting more positively to Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Election Day is less than 50 days away! It's time to make sure you've checked off all the things you need to vote in 2016. Deadlines are fast approaching and some states will open early voting in September. Waiting or ignoring deadlines could put your vote in jeopardy.
by Adrian D. Pantoja, Ph.D. This week, in collaboration with the National Association of Latino Elected Officials Education Fund and Telemundo Notici...
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Thank you for giving us Mexicans, documented or undocumented, American or not, a reason to unite and share one voice.
The bar for the Mexican meeting was set pretty low -- all Trump really had to do was get out of it without a major gaffe of any sort.
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Our community is rapidly emerging as change agents on these issues, in addition to the policy areas where Latinos are best known for making their mark -- in immigration, labor and civil rights.
For many Latino voters, the partisan politics surrounding the U.S. v. Texas case reinforce the diverging paths that the parties are taking with respect to immigration.
On June 7, 2016 Kamala Harris and Loretta Sanchez made history. In November, California will see the first ever U.S. Senate general election match-up between two Democrats. Not only two Democrats but two high-profile women of color, ensuring that a minority woman will succeed Barbara Boxer as a U.S. Senator from California in 2017.