Tea Party activists in Texas have been prone to attempt any and all political maneuvers to thwart President Obama including their recent call for their state to secede from the Union. Cruz finds himself tied to the most extreme elements of his party and seems unwilling at this point to differ from them.
While the media pundits speculate that Rubio's intention was to shore up his conservative credentials the larger ramifications of his action may be missed. Rubio is clearly out of step with America's Latino voting base and, much like Mitt Romney, has no idea of it.
In a stunning example of art imitating life followed by life imitating the art it inspired Mitt Romney this week repeated the claim that Latino voters chose Obama because the President gave “gifts” to them.
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 Romney campaign and the Republican National Committee launched a new ad entitled “Solutions to Immigration.”
More than 17 percent of the people who register to vote never make it to the ballot box, and according to new research, these people tend to be poor or uneducated.
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.
Romney told the Denver Post that if elected, he would not rescind the two-year deportation relief applications and work permits granted under a new Obama administration program.
From a stage on the crowded athletic field of a Las Vegas high school, President Barack Obama got an important endorsement in Spanish: Superstar Mexican rock band Maná.
Having prominent Hispanics emerge front and center during the convention, sent a clear message to Hispanics across the country. These up and coming Republican stars represent a new era of Latino empowerment and involvement.
President Obama appealed to Latino voters for a second term at a Univision-sponsored event today, and blamed Republicans for his failure to make good on his 2008 promise of immigration reform.
With seven weeks until the election Republican candidate Mitt Romney’s potential gender gap with women faces a new hurdle in the Latino community.
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.
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will participate for the first time in history in election television programs specially directed at the Hispanic audience.