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."
The Texas branch of the League of United Latin American Citizens has stepped up its efforts to get Latinos registered to vote and to have more women in the state running for public office.
According to a new factsheet released by the Pew Hispanic Center titled, Latinos in the 2012 Election: Florida, six years ago more Latinos claimed to be Republican. Ever since then, it’s been a downward spiral.
For an area that has one of Chicago's oldest Spanish-speaking enclaves, the Southeast Side doesn't reflect that fact in its political representation in City Hall.
A survey released Wednesday found the majorities of Latino voters opposed politicians interfering in personal, private decisions about abortion.
Last week, the results of a national poll of Latino voters focused on their attitudes toward health care policy, with a majority in favor of keeping the Affordable Care Act in general was released. Other results from the poll, including how Latinos feel about the 2012 GOP presidential hopefuls was also released.
U.S. immigration policy has eclipsed the economy and jobs as the top issue for Hispanic voters, according to a national poll released Monday. Asked to name the most important issues facing Hispanics, 51% of respondents cited immigration. Another 35% said the economy and jobs, while 18% said education.