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The Latino Vote Can Make a Difference in the 2014 Elections

National Council of La Raza | Posted 03.25.2014 | Latino Voices
National Council of La Raza

Strong Latino turnout in 2014 is essential to holding leaders at all levels of government accountable to the issues that concern Hispanics and continuing to increase the political voice of the community.

Elise Foley

Latino Groups: 2014 Won't Be Pretty For Immigration Reform Opponents

HuffingtonPost.com | Elise Foley | Posted 12.12.2012 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- Latino leaders gave a warning Wednesday to members of Congress who oppose comprehensive immigration reform: voters are watching, and the...

Arizona's Election Promise: Record Early Latino Vote Taking on Sheriff Arpaio Just the Beginning of Historic Shift

Jeff Biggers | Posted 01.23.2014 | Politics
Jeff Biggers

Outside the Maricopa County Recorder's Office, after the Citizens for a Better Arizona turned in more than 3,000 ballots collected from area voters, Parraz hailed the record turn out and predicted, "Sheriff Arpaio is going to be in for a surprise tomorrow night."

WATCH: What's Restraining Latino Political Power?

Posted 07.25.2012 | Latino Voices

On Tuesday, HuffPost Live host Alicia Menendez talked with Huffington Post Latino Voices Senior Reporter Janell Ross, Mi Familia Vota's Francisco Heri...

Immigration Insider | One Week Out: Attacks Backfire, Latinos Energized; New GOTV Ads

Frank Sharry | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Frank Sharry

Check out America's Voice new weekly resource, "Immigration Insider," which takes an in-depth look at immigration politics, leading up to the Nov...

Battle For The West: Colorado Voter Suppression Suit Settled; Provisional Ballots To Be Accepted

Ryan Rivera | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Ryan Rivera

The Colorado Secretary of State's office has settled a lawsuit brought by voters' rights groups and the SEIU over what they claimed were illegal purge...

New Citizen Voters in Colorado

Ryan Rivera | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Ryan Rivera

Hundreds of thousands of new citizens will be casting their votes in November, and in the swinging Southwest, these disproportionately Latino and Democratic voters could cinch tight elections.