Latino Vote
Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Holds Rally In Mesa, Arizona

Who are the Latino voters supporting Donald Trump? Groups backing the Republican presidential candidate make their case on social media

Facebook groups like "Latinos Who Support Donald Trump" give a different argument in terms on Hispanic voters' relationship with the GOP candidate, saying that his views are often distorted by the media.
Jeb Bush Adios Tweet

Donald Trump Retweets Photo of Jeb Bush in a Sombrero, Near a Swastika, Amidst Plans of Latino 'Saturday Night Live' Protest

Perhaps Trump is doing everything in his power to rouse Latino voters into voting against him in his latest rounds of neglectful commentary.
Trey Martinez Fischer

Exclusive Interview: MALC Chairman Trey Martinez Fischer Joins Fight Against Texas Voter Photo ID Law Affecting Latinos, Minority Voters

In an exclusive interview with MALC Chairman Trey Martinez Fischer, he comments on his hopes to block the voter photo ID requirement and put an end to a law will disenfranchise and discriminate minority voters.
McCain: 'We Are Not Winning' Push For Immigration Reform

Immigration Reform News 2013: John McCain Says GOP ‘Cannot Win a National Election’ Without Passing Legislation

Sen. John McCain continued his push for immigration reform in Congress while speaking at a forum hosted by AFL-CIO and the Economic Policy Institute on Tuesday.
Immigration reform

Immigration Reform 2013: As Advocates Pressure GOP to Reform Policy, Cuban Perks Come Under Scrutiny

With immigration reform seemingly closer than ever before, supporters of a deal fixing the U.S. immigration system are pushing for Republicans to get a deal done soon--one that would provide a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
Marco Rubio

Immigration Reform 2012: Marco Rubio, Conservative Proponents for Immigration Weigh in on Chances of Reform Happening

Barely a month after GOP candidate Mitt Romney was dealt a stinging defeat in the race for the presidency, signs are beginning to show that more Republicans are taking immigration reform as a more serious priority.
latinos democrats

Center for Immigration Studies: Latinos Favor Democrats Over Republicans, Yet Share Traits Similar to Republicans

If the Republicans-still reeling from their defeat at the polls in November-are attempting to court more Latinos into their support column, the latest survey from the U.S. Census Bureau spells bad news for those hopes.
Luis Gutierrez

Illinois Rep. Luis Gutierrez Takes The House Floor To Introduce The GOP To Latinos; Calls On Both Parties For Immigration Reform (Video)

The Democratic congressman called on both parties to look away from their past mistakes and come together to create comprehensive immigration reform.
Election 2012

Florida 2012 Pre-Election Polls Misrepresented The Latino Vote, New Report Finds

A new article released by Latino Decisions claims that pre-election polls in Florida were flawed in their representation of Latino voters.
Former U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez speaks at the Commerce Department in Washington June 24, 2008

Immigration Reform News - Nov. 13, 2012: Romney Hispanic Advisor and Evangelicals Call On Republican Leadership to Support Immigration Overhaul

Mitt Romney’s top advisor on Hispanic issues today called for Republicans to embrace immigration reform as a way to win back some of the Latino vote.
Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) answers a question at a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, November 9, 2012.

Immigration Reform 2012: After Winning 71 Percent of Latino Vote, Will Obama Push for Immigration Overhaul?

In the wake of the Republicans’ disastrous showing among Latino voters in Tuesday’s election, President Obama may be pressing ahead with immigration reform, despite Republican objections.
Obama Re-Election

Presidential Election Results 2012: Latino Voters Mark Unprecedented Turnout During Election, 75 Percent Vote For Obama

A record number of Latino voters turned out to vote for President Barack Obama, helping him win his re-election bid.
A combination photograph shows U.S. President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt  Romney

Latino Vote in 2012 Election: Latinos Provide Obama a Boost in Swing State Colorado; Texas Elects First Latino Senator with Ted Cruz

Barack Obama will continue to be the 44th president of the United States, and the Latino vote is being credited to the decision.

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