Latino Influence & the Politics of Immigration in the 2014 U.S. Senate Elections

Latino Influence & the Politics of Immigration in the 2014 U.S. Senate Elections

NewsTaco February 12, 2015

*Good piece, as always, from Latino Decisions. It’s a good read if you’re into political minutiae – x’s and o’s. Cutting to the chase, Damore says Latinos didn’t have a […]

2012 Top 10 Moments in Latino Politics, #4

Mary Mata December 17, 2012

By Jose Cruz, Our Tiempo #4 Univision Presidential Town Hall In mid-September President Obama and Governor Romney appeared two nights back-to-back in a Town Hall Forum on Univision. Romney drew […]

Pocho Ocho Reasons Republicans Think Romney Was Defeated

Mary Mata November 8, 2012

By Especial Correspondents, Pocho Ñews Service Gov. Willard “Mitt” Romney lost big last night and the finger pointing has begun. Here are the GOP’s Pocho Ocho top excuses for the defeat: […]

Election Post-Scripts as Tea Leaves and Footnotes

Mary Mata November 5, 2012

By Jesse Treviño, HispanicLatino Whether President Obama wins re-election tomorrow, some electoral post-scripts will be engaged immediately.  We will know if the HispanicLatino vote was important as expected, especially in […]

Channeling Harry Truman: An Obama Win

Mary Mata October 30, 2012

By Jesse Treviño, HispanicLatino Before President Obama’s self-admitted off-night in Denver, when he allowed Mitt Romney during the first presidential debate to conjure himself into someone he is not, some […]

In Arizona, Latino Mormons at a Crossroads

Mary Mata October 29, 2012

By Valeria Fernandez, New America Media PHOENIX, Az. — José Hernández hasn’t made up his mind about who he’s going to vote for in the upcoming election. “I like things […]

Romney Camp Blames Communication for Poor Latino Showing

Mary Mata October 23, 2012

By Hispanically Speaking News Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign denied Monday that extremist elements of the GOP have driven away Hispanics and said the only reason he was trailing […]