On Tuesday afternoon, Vice President Joe Biden made an address to the National Council of La Raza conference in which he trotted out a new double-barreled attack on the presumptive GOP nominee.
NALEO represents more than 6,000 Latino elected and appointed officials throughout the United States.
President Barack Obama is basking in the aftermath of his breakthrough directive on illegal immigration and pressing his jobs agenda before a meeting of Hispanic leaders at NALEO.
For the first time since immigration was thrust onto the forefront of the presidential contest, Mitt Romney is scheduled to address Latino leaders and is expected to push an economy-focused message.
According to the 2011 Directory of Latino Elected Officials published by the National Association of Latino Elected Officials (NALEO) there are currently 5,850 Latinos serving in elected offices nationwide.
With the oral arguments in the Supreme Court on health care reform over, millions of Americans across the country are turning their attention to Arizona's extreme anti-immigrant and anti-Latino bill, SB 1070.
NALEO researchers are redirecting their aim to improve Hispanic voter turnout, pointing efforts at the most influential target inside Latino households: the women.
An ethics complaint has been filed against the Arlington Mayor, Dr. Robert Cluck for his remarks about Mexicans.
Latinos will turnout in record numbers in the next Presidential election, with at least 12.2 million casting ballots.
NALEO will convene over 40 Latino state legislators, county and municipal officials from across the country at the group’s first National Economic Policy Institute, taking place November 14-17, 2011, in Chicago, Illinois.
Immigrant Rights groups are calling on the radio station, KFI, to remove talk show hosts John and Ken or face a boycott of its sponsors.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez acknowledged last week that she is descended from illegal immigrants. But as governor, she's taken a strong stance against illegal immigration. In that way, she's testing the boundaries for a new kind of conservative.
Rapid Latino population growth and a smattering of newly created Latino House districts across the country are giving the group a chance to amplify its voice in Congress. But talk to Latino leaders, and you won’t hear a whole lot of optimism about 2012.
Perry’s path to the presidency requires tough talk on immigration, he has demonstrated a willingness to scapegoat Latinos. We don’t find it funny. It’s just plain wrong.