President Barack Obama's announcement that the government will no longer deport some young undocumented immigrants is likely to help him among Latino voters, according to a poll released Sunday.
By now, it has been established that Latino voters are a diverse group and a crucial electorate that will help determine the next president of the United States. But here is what's new to know about the impact of Latino voters
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Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus announced his organization is putting six Latino outreach coordinators into battleground states.
In Florida, Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney is airing campaign commercials in Spanish telling Hispanics he’s “one of us.” In South Carolina, he is touting the endorsement of Kris Kobach, an anti- immigration activist.
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.
Organizers expect hundreds of green card holders to qualify for a pilot program being launched Tuesday by CASA of Maryland — the state’s largest immigrant advocacy group — in partnership with Citi and other financial institutions and nonprofit groups. However, they said, the need is much greater.
After numerous speeches denouncing the program, two local immigrants with deportation orders confronted Marc Rapp, who oversees Secure Communities, demanding that he shut down the program all together.
Immigration activists flooded into a public hearing and confronted an Immigration and Customs Enforcement official in Virginia to protest a program they say is heavy-handed and a threat to public safety.
Tito “The builder” Muñoz issued a challenge to his opponent Jeff Frederick on Thursday — do a debate solely in Spanish.
The Hispanic population in Virginia has almost doubled during the past decade, and that has caught the attention of the political class. Though there are no Hispanics currently in the General Assembly, at least seven Hispanic candidates are running for seats in the legislature.
A U.S. court in Virginia will hear the first appellate arguments on whether requiring Americans to buy health insurance is, as a lower court judge ruled, the same as ordering them to buy broccoli or a Cadillac.