Benita Veliz, a 27-year-old who came to the United States as a child, became the first-ever undocumented immigrant to speak at a party convention.
Three years after he won more than two-thirds of their vote, President Barack Obama is struggling to persuade Latinos that he deserves a second term.
The California legislature on Thursday passed three bills that would give significant new rights to immigrants, most of them Latinos.
Marco Rubio, the Florida Republican senator who will introduce his party’s presidential candidate at the national convention Thursday, predicted Mitt Romney will overcome President Obama’s current lead in Florida and win the state.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer says President Barack Obama is race-baiting and pandering for the Hispanic vote, while at the same time accusing Republicans of being “bigots.”
Jan Brewer issued an order on Wednesday barring undocumented immigrants who qualify for temporary legal status in the United States from receiving any state or local public benefits.
The Romney campaign argues in a new Spanish-language ad that President Obama is “fooling” Latinos into supporting him, even though they have felt the brunt of the recession.
For the past two months hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants have been rushing to compile the paperwork they’ll need to apply for deferred action, part of a new Obama administration policy announced in June.
While Romney has slowly begun to enter the Spanish-language air war, it appears that conservative outside spending groups are also beginning to get into the game.
Mitt Romney’s new campaign attempts to reel in Spanish-speaking voters by emphasizing how the presumptive Republican presidential nominee plans to help small business owners.
A demographic profile of immigrants who might benefit from the Obama Administration’s deferred action initiative.
Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson says that he is afraid of Marco Rubio’s ability to cut into President Obama’s Latino support.
Tax cut extensions passed on a vote of 51 to 48 in the Senate, but it appeared unlikely that the House would embrace a similar measure before the election.
Latino voters’ interest in the election has begun to rise, but still lags behind the levels of four years ago, according to a new survey which offers mixed news for President Obama’s reelection campaign.