The economy and jobs were top concerns of Latinos who voted in Tuesday's midterm elections, according to new data from an election night poll conducte...
In the aftermath of Tuesday's election, the media has made it appear that all is lost -- the Tea Party is in control, because this narrative keeps us glued to our seats either with delight or fury. Now, the facts.
Not that long ago, it would have been almost unthinkable that the West would be the firewall for Democratic control of the Senate this election.
Senator Reid is a champion for Latinos, immigrants and working people in Nevada and the nation. When we went to him and said it was time to call for a vote on the DREAM Act, he immediately put it on the schedule. He stood by us.
Without the massive turnout of Latinos who broke heavily for Democrats in key races, Tuesday's disaster would have been even more severe.
Nevada's population is just under a quarter Latino, and Reid gambled that driving turnout in that community would build a wall against Angle's passionate anti-Washington voters.
Although placing a dollar value on wild ecosystems may seem trite, it is actually the first step towards global conservation. Once our ecosystems have been assigned a monetary value then their importance become apparent to everyone.
We'll have the rest of our lives to discuss what our votes meant -- till the polls close, let's use the national microphone to get our votes cast.
A defeat for Harry Reid in his senate race in Nevada would not be a bad thing for Democrats. The fact that he has such difficulty getting re-elected in Nevada against a loony right opponent says it all.
There are a number of reasons why Republicans will win next Tuesday, likely taking back the House (if not the Senate) and doing very well at the state...
In their zeal to live free from outside interference, the tea parties are shooting at the wrong target. They would be right to be angry with an oil i...
Many Democrats in this election cycle seem to be getting much better at the tactic known as "the attack ad."
About a week ago, I announced that I would not run for Mayor of Chicago so that I could devote my full time and attention to my vocation: fighting for immigration reform.
Man Up! - 1. Expression used bizarrely and illogically by female Republican candidates about male Democratic candidates. 2. Alarm sounded by the homophobic Carl Paladino when there are men in Speedos nearby.
Robert Deposada, a GOP operative from the failed Bush Presidency, has crossed a critical line this week by developing and placing ads urging Latino voters to stay home and not vote during this important election cycle.
Welcome to a drier world. And it's not just the southern half of the U.S. that's feeling the bite.