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Will The Latino Vote Tip Elections THIS Year?

Victor Landa May 29, 2018

In more than 20 years of Hispanic marketing, I’ve heard this line over and over: The Latino vote could tip the elections this year. It’s true the Latino vote has […]

Dieciocho, Episode 14, Memorial Day 2018, Latino Vietnam Veterans, Tomas Summers Sandoval

Victor Landa May 28, 2018

Border Patrol Shooting Death Of Immigrant Woman Raises Tensions In South Texas

Victor Landa May 26, 2018

Advocacy group releases interactive map to help Latinos run for office

Victor Landa May 25, 2018

A Latino advocacy group is releasing a new online tool to help prospective Latino candidates run in districts where Hispanics are underrepresented. The interactive map commissioned by Latino Victory Project cross-references […]

5 Women Who Are Mobilizing The Latino Community For The Midterm Elections

Victor Landa May 24, 2018

The midterm elections this year are a pivotal time for activation, regardless of what side of the aisle you stand on. The Latino vote particularly is being mobilized by some […]

Lupe Valdez becomes first openly gay and first Latina candidate to win a major party nomination for Texas governor

Victor Landa

After a tight race throughout much of the evening Tuesday, Lupe Valdez pulled ahead late to comfortably defeat Andrew White in the Democratic runoff for governor, according to unofficial returns. […]

There’s A Wave Of Latina Candidates In The Midterms — And Their Reason For Running Might Inspire You To Do The Same

Victor Landa May 17, 2018

A record number of Latina candidates are running for office this year — many of them fueled by rhetoric and policies coming out of the Trump administration that they hope […]