Latino voters helping to decide major races in Tuesday’s elections

Latino voters helping to decide major races in Tuesday’s elections

Mary Mata November 5, 2013

By Suzanne Gamboa, NBCLatino Candidates finished up their final day of campaigning before Tuesday’s Election Day with Latinos helping to decide two top gubernatorial races and weighing in on city council […]

Gov. Chris Christie Nominates Latino To New Jersey Supreme Court

Mary Mata August 13, 2013

By Fox News Latino Gov. Chris Christie, who has battled the Democrat-controlled state Senate over Supreme Court nominations, has picked a county judge who, if confirmed, would be only the […]

Jersey City Mayor Blames “Latinas” for Naked Photos

Mary Mata May 8, 2013

By Ken Thorbourne, The Jersey Journal Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy’s newly expanded version of how he came to be photographed naked on his stoop shortly before the November 2004 […]

Latino Powerball Winner Could Have Rocky Road Ahead

Mary Mata March 26, 2013

  By Fox News Latino His son says his father will “do something good with the money.” And they will not shutter the Passaic, N.J. bodega the Quezada family has […]

Christie: Latinos, Wait 10 Years to Sit on NJ Supreme Court

Mary Mata January 24, 2013

By Juan Cartagena, [email protected] America knows Gov. Chris Christie by now. They heard his name in the swirl of presidential hopefuls before the primaries got serious. They saw him stumping […]

Immigrant Lives Devastated in Wake of Superstorm Sandy

NewsTaco November 27, 2012

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco As usually happens, news stories about natural disasters and their aftermath in the U.S. miss the devastating effect that storms and earthquakes and such have on the communities of undocumented […]

U.S. Latina Denied Student Grant Because Of Undocumented Parents

NewsTaco August 9, 2012

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco This story comes from the New Jersey Star-Ledger, and it caught my attention for several reasons: first because this is still happening in our country and […]