Mitt Romney, campaigning Monday with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, told Pennsylvania supporters that while Tuesday’s Republican primary is important, next fall’s showdown with President Obama is the real battle.
Jeb Bush has endorsed Mitt Romney for the GOP presidential nomination and picked Marco Rubio as his running mate calling him "the best orator of American politics today."
Buoyed by a blowout win in the Republican primary in Puerto Rico, Mitt Romney is suggesting that he could also win enough Latino votes in November to oust President Obama.
Mitt Romney's campaign released a new Spanish-language radio ad Wednesday ahead of Puerto Rico's GOP primary on Sunday.
Hispanic voters won't decide Tuesday's primaries in Arizona and Michigan, because few are registered as Republicans in those states; but it will be an entirely different story during the November presidential elections.
Newt Gingrich's campaign released a new ad Friday directed towards the Arizona Latino community. The 30-second spot is called "Latinos with Newt."
In advance of Nevada’s Republican caucus on February 4, the Center for American Progress has compiled a list of important facts about Latinos and immigrants in the state.
Rep. Ron Paul on Wednesday told a largely Hispanic crowd that he opposes the DREAM Act legislation aimed at helping children of illegal immigrants.
Goodbye Sunshine state, hello American West. The next battleground for the Republican presidential nomination is Nevada, which will hold its Republican caucuses this Saturday.
In interviews with Jorge Ramos, Gingrich and Romeny revealed how the candidates interact one-on-one with a representative of the Latino community — neither offered much esperanza (hope).
In Florida, Mitt Romney pointedly left his tough stance against illegal immigration far behind in South Carolina, where he had trumpeted the issue repeatedly.
According to a new factsheet released by the Pew Hispanic Center titled, Latinos in the 2012 Election: Florida, six years ago more Latinos claimed to be Republican. Ever since then, it’s been a downward spiral.
Sen. Marco Rubio's endorsement would be a big get for any of the presidential contenders ahead of the Jan. 31 Florida primary – if only he were the giving kind.
The restrictionist group NumbersUSA is airing television advertisement in South Carolina as the Republican presidential primary on January 21 grows closer.