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.
One of the nation's largest unions and a Democratic super PAC supporting President Barack Obama launched a joint $4 million Spanish-language advertising campaign on Monday, targeting Hispanic voters.
Obama, in 2012, will match the 2-1 ratio he achieved in the 2008 election cycle, when he took an estimated 67 percent of the vote against John McCain’s 31 percent Latino support.
The SEIU continued its fight against Alabama immigration law HB 56 on Monday by filing a complaint with the Mexican Department of Labor, calling the law discriminatory and in violation of NAFTA.
Now that the GOP-led Texas Legislature has failed for the second time in two months to pass anti-Hispanic, anti-immigrant legislation, the leaders should ask themselves whether anything is ever accomplished by the politics of division.