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.
The inclusion of stringent immigration policies in the GOP platform for the Republican National Convention also includes self-deporation, a term used by Mitt Romney during the primary season.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach — perhaps the most ardent immigration hardliner among Republican officials — succeeded in convincing his party to get tougher on illegal immigration.
It's official - Mitt Romney's vice presidential pick will not be New Mexico Gov. Susana Martínez.
The goal of the Future Majority Project is to have a long-term, sustainable effort to grow the Republican family.
Former Los Angeles Mayor Richard J. Riordan has launched a campaign aimed at coaxing Latinos into the Republican fold — and he’s doing it without the state party's involvement.
Multiple polls show Mitt Romney trailing Barack Obama among Latinos, but some GOP strategists assert that Latinos’ social conservatism provides a way to whittle down that lead in the months ahead.
U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, Florida Republican, assailed the Obama Administration’s decision to grant Cuba President Raul Castro’s daughter a visa to travel to the United States this week.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa condemned Mitt Romney's immigration stance, calling it "far out of the mainstream" and out of line with former GOP leaders.
Right now, Democrats are working on turning out young voters and voters of color in November.
Puerto Rico must adopt English as its main language if it wants to be considered for U.S. statehood, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum said Wednesday.
A Hispanic of national stature on the GOP presidential ticket would help the party rebuild bridges with the community and harness the Latino vote, the Governor of Puerto Rico said.
Many Latino Mormons are happy that a Mormon is running for president but a lot of them aren't supporting him because of his stance against immigrants.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa faced off against former U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday as Latino political insiders with opposing views.