Rubio’s ardent advocacy failed to deliver a majority of Florida’s Latino vote for candidate Romney. More disastrous for the Romney/Rubio effort was that it did not even produce a majority of Florida's Cuban American vote.
The Pew Hispanic Center has released the top 60 metropolitan areas by Hispanic population.
President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney are both embarking on a week heavy with travel through battleground states and appeals to key constituencies.
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.
Neither wind nor rain is stopping thousands of Republicans from gathering here in Tampa to officially nominate Governor Mitt Romney as the 2012 Republican presidential candidate.
Protesters gathered outside the Broward Transitional Center in Pompano Beach, Fla., on Sunday to protest what they consider the unjust detention of their loved ones.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is "a person without feelings" who doesn't care about the Hispanic or Latino population, according to a new set of television and radio ads released.
President Obama’s reelection campaign is targeting Latinos with ads that focus on a subject that might not be the first to come to mind: healthcare.
One of the nation’s foremost Latino civil rights organizations has selected for the first time a Cuban-American to chair its board.
For the first time since immigration was thrust onto the forefront of the presidential contest, Mitt Romney is scheduled to address Latino leaders and is expected to push an economy-focused message.
Barack Obama got overwhelming support from Latino voters in 2008, helping him win the White House. Mitt Romney hopes to hold down that margin this year. So both campaigns are targeting Latino voters in TV ads.
President Barack Obama's announcement that the government will no longer deport some young undocumented immigrants is likely to help him among Latino voters, according to a poll released Sunday.
A Pew Research Center poll found the president leading Romney among Hispanics 67 percent to 27 percent.
If Mitt Romney is to overcome his problem with Hispanic voters, he is going to have to start by changing a lot of minds in central Florida.