After having many prominent Latinos take to the stage at the RNC Convention, the impreMedia/Latino Decisions tracking poll finds a noticeable bump in support for Romney and Republicans among Latinos.
Cuban Senator Marco Rubio and presidential nominee Mitt Romney make the two final speeches outlining the vision of the party, a couple of months away from November’s election.
Republican leaders, including a number of Latinos, used their national platform to make their case for a Romney presidency while at the same time reassuring Hispanics they are indeed welcome in the party.
Neither wind nor rain is stopping thousands of Republicans from gathering here in Tampa to officially nominate Governor Mitt Romney as the 2012 Republican presidential candidate.
RNCLatinos.com features as its main image a stock photo from Shutterstock, which tags the photo with keywords that clearly suggest the kids are Asian, including: "asia," "asian," "interracial," "japanese," and "thailand."
When it comes to wooing Latinos, the flip flopping of politicians happens from Spanish to English-language media.
U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, Florida Republican, assailed the Obama Administration’s decision to grant Cuba President Raul Castro’s daughter a visa to travel to the United States this week.
News reporters at the RNC event reported that Bettina Inclán, the Republican National Committee’s Hispanic outreach director admitted that she didn’t know where Romney stood on the immigration issue.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus announced his organization is putting six Latino outreach coordinators into battleground states.
Just weeks away from Florida's January 31 Republican primary, the GOP has launched a campaign to woo the Latino vote - both nationally and in the crucial battleground state.
With a fervor normally unleashed closer to elections, Republicans and Democrats are making pitches to Latino voters, but both parties face skepticism.
The Republican National Committee launched the latest volley in an escalating battle of political ads targeting Latinos.
The Republican National Committee is up with a new television commercial in three battleground states that could determine the outcome of next year's presidential election. The ads began running Wednesday in Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada. The party committee says it's also going up with an accompanying Spanish language radio ad.
Republicans have done a “lousy job” of promoting their outreach efforts to Hispanic voters, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said Wednesday.