The recent public debate over reproductive rights is not just a women’s issue. In Texas, it is also a Latina issue.
Latino voters must ask themselves one important question: Who will fairly represent Latinos? Fair representation is half the battle.
The Obama administration has presided over a record number of deportations of illegal immigrants, and 59% of Latinos disapprove. But Obama is still favored over potential GOP nominees.
Already known as a refuge for people from other lands, New Haven is tightening its embrace of newcomers as its mayor seeks to extend voting rights to undocumented immigrants and other noncitizens.
If Gingrich ends up the GOP nominee, it could potentially bring back Bush-like rhetoric from 2004 and allow Republicans to build a strategy that targets Latinos.
Recent weeks have seen a furious battle among the GOP candidates over who can take the hardest line on immigration.
A national Republican group, Cafe Con Leche Republicans, has issued a plea to Governor Rick Perry to quit his bid for the Presidential Republican nomination.
Latinos in position of power have the obligation to empower other Latinos, to make their voices heard - and to continue to enrich the fabric of ideas that make our community so vibrant, whether it's through agreement or dissent.
With a little more than a month to go before the New Hampshire primary, Rick Perry is trying to shore up his credentials on immigration by winning an endorsement from Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Ariz.
In dealing with the issue of immigration, Mitt Romney’s 2012 strategy is exactly like his 2008 strategy liberally use the words “amnesty” and refer to illegal immigrants as simply “illegals.”
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona will campaign with Rick Perry in New Hampshire on Tuesday, according to the Texas governor's campaign.
President Obama holds leads over the top three Republican presidential candidates in a new national poll conducted by Latino Decisions for Univision.
Here's all you really need to know about Texas and redistricting, a process that occurs every 10 years following the Census. The Latino population grows astronomically; its congressional representation doesn't grow commensurately.
In a court filing from last week, the DOJ stated that there is “ample circumstantial evidence” that the new Perry-approved Texas congressional map was crafted with a “discriminatory purpose” toward minorities.