Colorado Latino Voters: Enthusiastic, Immigration Matters

Colorado Latino Voters: Enthusiastic, Immigration Matters

NewsTaco October 15, 2012

By Kathleen Ryan, Public News Service DENVER – A new survey finds Latino voters in Colorado are engaged for the upcoming election – and want the government to take up two […]

CO Voter Update: Verification Halted, Still Time to Register

September 17, 2012

By Kathleen Ryan, Public News Service DENVER – Good news for Colorado voters, especially those who may have received one of those voter verification letters from Secretary of State Scott Gessler. […]

Colorado’s Latina/Latino Gender Gap

September 14, 2012

By Rob Preuhs, Latino Decisions The gender gap remains a prominent fixture in this election cycle and the recent Republican National Convention highlighted what some interpreted as the Romney campaign’s attempt […]

Morning NewsTaco

September 10, 2012

Monday September 10, 2012 Hispanic voters projected to make up 8% of Colorado electorate (The Denver Post): A new study by the Center for Immigration Studies projects that Hispanic voters will […]

Voter Verifications Come To Colorado

August 27, 2012

By Kathleen Ryan, Public News Service DENVER – As voters watch the Republican National Convention this week in Tampa, Florida, some Coloradans are criticizing voter-verification efforts by Colorado’s Republican Secretary of […]

Morning NewsTaco

August 9, 2012

Thursday August 9, 2012  Census Bureau Releases Results From 2010 Census Race and Hispanic Origin Alternative Questionnaire Research (EIN News):  The U.S. Census Bureau released research today from its 2010 […]

Morning NewsTaco

NewsTaco July 26, 2012

Thursday July 26, 2012 Latino voters’ enthusiasm rises, but still lags behind 2008 (The Los Angeles Times):  Latino voters’ interest in the election has begun to rise, but still lags […]