A new poll finds Latino voters don't think the Republican Party has done a good job reaching out to minorities and the Democratic Party cares more about people like them.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) warned Mitt Romney, in an interview published Monday at The Daily Beast, that the presumptive GOP nominee needs to soften his rhetoric on immigration if he wants to win Latino voters.
Actress America Ferrera unveiled America4America.com, a website she is committed to that highlights voter mobilization, labor and other groups to energize the Latino electorate.
On Wednesday Mitt Romney will speak to the Latino Coalition’s annual economic summit, the latest attempt by the presumptive Republican nominee to make inroads with the country’s fastest-growing voting group.
Romney could beat Obama if he courts Hispanics and if Hispanics are enchanted by his charms.
The Romney campaign is set to debut its new ad called Día Uno or Day One in key states this week, in the hopes of attracting more Hispanic voters towards the Romney campaign.
News reporters at the RNC event reported that Bettina Inclán, the Republican National Committee’s Hispanic outreach director admitted that she didn’t know where Romney stood on the immigration issue.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus announced his organization is putting six Latino outreach coordinators into battleground states.
On Wednesday ESPN will introduce the first Spanish television ad for the network’s signature news program, SportsCenter.
An alarming decline in registered Hispanic voters has prompted Latino leaders to reassess voter registration drive strategies and to renew fundraising pleas for the efforts.
NALEO researchers are redirecting their aim to improve Hispanic voter turnout, pointing efforts at the most influential target inside Latino households: the women.
In a Republican campaign that's seen a few troughs, this week's Fox News/Latin Insights poll of 1,200 likely Latino voters may qualify as a full-scale depression.
A new project called Movimiento Hispano (or Hispanic Movement, in English) is to be "a nonpartisan, culturally competent virtual tool that will guide citizens on how to register to vote and engage civically online."