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.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is "a person without feelings" who doesn't care about the Hispanic or Latino population, according to a new set of television and radio ads released.
President Obama’s reelection campaign is targeting Latinos with ads that focus on a subject that might not be the first to come to mind: healthcare.
President Barack Obama's announcement that the government will no longer deport some young undocumented immigrants is likely to help him among Latino voters, according to a poll released Sunday.
The Obama campaign launched new television ads on Wednesday aimed at Latino voters, highlighting the auto bailout, the stimulus and health care reform.
A Pew Research Center poll found the president leading Romney among Hispanics 67 percent to 27 percent.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus announced his organization is putting six Latino outreach coordinators into battleground states.
New claims for unemployment benefits are near a four-year low. And there’s some evidence that a group that’s been hit harder than others in this recession -- Latinos -- may be getting back into the workforce more quickly.
Rep. Luis Gutierrez used Mitt Romney's own words about SB 1070 against him and showed that it is a "model" for America.
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.
In advance of Nevada’s Republican caucus on February 4, the Center for American Progress has compiled a list of important facts about Latinos and immigrants in the state.
Rep. Ron Paul on Wednesday told a largely Hispanic crowd that he opposes the DREAM Act legislation aimed at helping children of illegal immigrants.
Goodbye Sunshine state, hello American West. The next battleground for the Republican presidential nomination is Nevada, which will hold its Republican caucuses this Saturday.
There’s a new phenomenon in Washington: the Hispanic super-PAC, which aims to give political voice to the nation’s fastest-growing demographic.