Could Marco Rubio bring Latinos back into the Republican fold in 2012? That eternal question arose once again after the Cuban-American senator endorsed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Right now, Democrats are working on turning out young voters and voters of color in November.
The Republican strategy to have Rubio as a vice president nominee to split the Latino vote would make sense in any other election — but this one.
The Tennessee Democratic Party recently held its first-ever summit specifically targeting the Hispanic community, and included discussions about how to register people to vote, calls for volunteers to get active in politics.
Steve Schmidt who headed Republican John McCain’s campaign in 2008 says it was a “big mistake’’ for the majority of the Republican presidential field to boycott a Univision debate set for January.
The flight of thousands of Latinos from states with harsh anti-immigrant laws regardless of legal status is not an unforeseen consequence of these type of legislation — it’s the entire point.
Spanish-language Telemundo network announced Thursday it will host its first presidential primary debate in December.
President Barack Obama's declining popularity has inspired Republicans as they court potential Latino votes in Colorado, a swing state where joblessness disproportionately hurts the fastest-growing demographic.
Two things were made painfully clear in the CNN/Tea Party Republican debate -- the majority of the GOP candidates don't have a clue as to who are Latino voters and some Tea Party members aren't afraid to show the depth of their intolerance and ignorance when it comes to the immigration issue.
Despite the avalanche of bad news for President Barack Obama, he remains the most likely winner of the 2012 elections. That’s the conclusion I reached after watching the top Republican presidential hopefuls in recent weeks
Farmers across the country are rallying to fight a Republican-sponsored bill that would force them and all other employers to verify the legal immigration status of their workers, a move some say could imperil not only future harvests but also the agricultural community’s traditional support for conservative candidates.
Tito “The builder” Muñoz issued a challenge to his opponent Jeff Frederick on Thursday — do a debate solely in Spanish.
RNC chair’s new comments show GOP still out of step with Latino voters
On the surface, the new Republican plan to reach out to Latino voters sounds nice. Specifically, the project includes provisions to look for at least 100 Latinos who would be willing to run for seats in state legislatures across the United States.