NCLR Annual Conference 2015 NCLR Annual Conference Click Here to Register Now 2014 Livestream Session Highlights Saturday, July 19, 2014 Empowering Social Change with Technology: Tools & Tactics National Affiliate Luncheon Aprender Es Triunfar: ... National Council of La Raza, 1 week ago
Paul Ortiz: Latino voter turnout holds the key - The Gulf Today, 21 hours ago
NPC Newsmaker Program: The Midterm Elections and the Latino Vote - Town Hall, 3 days ago
President Obama and the Democrats are losing ground with the Hispanics, just a couple months after Obama delayed a planned executive action that would potentially legalize millions of illegal immigrants -- the vast majority of whom are Latinos. Ipso ...Austin American Statesman, 1 day ago How the GOP Can Attract Hispanics National Review, 3 hours ago Surprise! Hispanics aren't really all that mad about Obama's immigration delay. Washington Post, 1 day ago Democrats are losing ground with Latinos Washington Post, 1 day ago
In this election, Hispanics must support Democrats. It is not often in politics that people are given the choice between real, substantive contrasts. An attitude of "vote for the lesser of two evils" that permeates the American electorate has veiled ...Huffington Post, 23 hours ago ...But turn from Democrats anyway! Breitbart.com, 1 day ago Hispanic support of Democratic Party waning, study finds Fox News Latino, 2 days ago 3 reasons Latinos should vote for the Democrats The Hill, 3 days ago
+ Getting the Latino vote out in force - that's the goal of both camps at this year's mid-term elections. Colorado has one of the largest Hispanic populations in the US, a political powerhouse that could swing the outcome eitherInternational Business Times India, 2 days ago CO poll adjusting oft-underestimated Latino vote finds U.S. Senate race deadlocked Fox News Latino, 2 days ago How Will Latinos Influence Colorado's Senate Race? NBCNews.com, 3 days ago 100 percent vote-by-mail makes Colorado extra unpredictable Daily Kos, 1 week ago
By David Adams MIAMI (Reuters) - When Florida's Republican governor, Rick Scott, walked into a bustling campaign field office late last month in Hialeah, a heavily Hispanic suburb of Miami, he was mobbed by volunteers hoping to be photographed ...News.net, 1 week ago In Florida's early vote wars, Rick Scott leading but Charlie Crist gaining Miami Herald, 3 days ago Florida Latinos Will Vote for Their Health in November Huffington Post, 1 week ago FEATURE-Florida Republicans in all-out drive for Hispanic vote AlertNet, 1 week ago
National Council of La Raza (NCLR), a leading Hispanic civil rights group, issued a statement responding to Fox News' baseless claim that the organization had encouraged voter fraud. After NCLR retweeted a link to an October 27 article from the ...Media Matters for America, 18 hours ago NCLR Votes To Urge 'Redskins' Name Change Multichannel Online, 3 days ago Hispanic civil rights group calls on Dan Snyder to change Redskins name Washington Post, 3 days ago Fox & Friends Attacks Hispanic Civil Rights Group, Suggests Wash . Post Is "Promoting Voter Fraud" Media Matters for America, 1 day ago
Hispanic Vote 2014: Can Latino Voters Make A Difference In Midterm Elections As Republicans Eye Senate, House Majorities?
Republicans don't need Hispanic voters to win control of Congress in the November midterm elections, but they must woo Latinos ahead of 2016 if they want to take back the White House. Those dueling political pressures suggest immigration reform and ...International Business Times, 1 week ago Reality Check: Latino Voters Just Aren't That Into You Huffington Post, 1 week ago Hispanic Voters: GOP Candidates Running for House Seats Don't Need You The Root, 1 week ago Why we almost certainly won't know Senate control on election night Salon, 8 hours ago
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Immigrant rights advocates unveiled a campaign billboard in North Carolina on Thursday attacking Democratic Sen. Kay R. Hagan for being too strict on illegal immigrants, raising questions of how Hispanic voters will approach this year's elections. ...Washington Times, 1 week ago
Immigration reform has been a major topic of discussion for years now, albeit one that gains and loses momentum depending on the presence of other legislative distractions, current events that re-spark the conversation, and public outcry waxing and ...Austin American Statesman, 1 week ago
A bipartisan Latino get-out-the-vote group asserted Tuesday that the Hispanic vote on Nov. 4 will have a crucial impact in close contests around the country, including the governor's race in Arizona and the battle over the U.S. Senate in Colorado. ...US News & World Report, 1 week ago
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