Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) warned Mitt Romney, in an interview published Monday at The Daily Beast, that the presumptive GOP nominee needs to soften his rhetoric on immigration if he wants to win Latino voters.
Romney could beat Obama if he courts Hispanics and if Hispanics are enchanted by his charms.
In a Fox News Latino exclusive, Juan Williams interviews Senator John McCain (R) of Arizona about Mitt Romney and Latinos, the border, and then Senator Obama's role in defeating immigration reform.
A tweet that borrowed a line from a Washington Post opinion writer landed President Barack Obama's campaign manager in a Republican hot fryer Wednesday.
In an interview with Jorge Ramos, John McCain was forced to concede that he did not agree with the Romney's policy of self-deporation.
A new poll shows Obama with a 56 percent approval rating among Latinos who were questioned, with 35 percent specifically saying they disapprove.
Republican Sen. John McCain said Sunday that his home state of Arizona “can be up for grabs” due to the growing Hispanic vote.
Democrats on Thursday attacked the former Massachusetts governor again warning of the effects his hardline immigration policy could have.
Democrats are counting on enthusiastic support from Hispanics to propel them to victory one year from now, even though a lack of progress on immigration reform under President Obama and increasingly harsh rhetoric from Republicans has left many Hispanics disenchanted with both parties.
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.
After a huge GOP media blitz aimed at Hispanic voters, one Republican presidential contender is officially going after the Latino vote in the 2012 race. Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman has appointed Ana Navarro to the position of National Hispanic Chairperson of his campaign.
We have a huge strength in immigration. But are we managing it well?
Arizona Senator John McCain says he’s puzzled that there’s a controversy surrounding his comments blaming undocumented immigrants for some of fires in Arizona.
Latino cyberspace has been "aflame" with Sen. McCain's unfortunate weekend comments blaming undocumented immigrants for starting the fires raging across Arizona.