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.
Perhaps Trump is doing everything in his power to rouse Latino voters into voting against him in his latest rounds of neglectful commentary.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Democratic congressman called on both parties to look away from their past mistakes and come together to create comprehensive immigration reform.
Update on Arizona state election
A new article released by Latino Decisions claims that pre-election polls in Florida were flawed in their representation of Latino voters.
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.
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.
A record number of Latino voters turned out to vote for President Barack Obama, helping him win his re-election bid.
Barack Obama will continue to be the 44th president of the United States, and the Latino vote is being credited to the decision.