Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson says that he is afraid of Marco Rubio’s ability to cut into President Obama’s Latino support.
Why the country’s first Latina governor might be Mitt’s best veep pick.
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.
Excited speculation is shifting to who will be the vice president and one of those under speculation is New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez
New Mexico's new tourism ad has set traditional and social media was abuzz over the ad's "real people" casting notice, which called for Caucasian or "light-skinned" Hispanics to star in the spot.
Latino activists calling themselves the librotraficantes are marching their caravan of books through Texas and New Mexico to Arizona in protest of the discontinuation of the Mexican-American Studies course in Tucson.
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.
Univision and Disney are in talks to create a 24-hour news channel for Latinos in English, said two sources close to the negotiations.
There’s a new phenomenon in Washington: the Hispanic super-PAC, which aims to give political voice to the nation’s fastest-growing demographic.
As the economy turned sour and New Mexico state lawmakers cut funding for museums, the National Hispanic Cultural Center has had to transition and institute painful cost-saving measures.
Republican political lore has it that Latinos are natural GOP voters, but voting patterns have shown a different reality – so far
The Republican Party is beefing up its minority outreach nationwide amid concerns that tough immigration rhetoric in the presidential primary is taking on an increasingly anti-Hispanic tone.
Continuing his push to identify more historic sites important to the nation’s Hispanics, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is touting a new report identifying several sites tied to Latino heritage that could one day become national parks or historic landmarks.