Read the latest on the influence of the Hispanic vote

Read the latest on the influence of the Hispanic vote

11/15/16

Op-Ed: Latino voters rebuked Trump and the Republicans, but they weren’t wowed by the Democrats either

by Mindy Romero (Los Angeles Times) – On Tuesday, Latinos across this country sent a message to both major political parties. They overwhelmingly rejected Donald Trump’s offensive and often threatening rhetoric, mobilizing in big numbers to rebuke him and the Republican Party at the polls. But they also showed Democrats that just stoking Latino fears […]

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11/07/16

Cracking the Code of the Elusive Infrequent Latino Voter

by Kate Kaye (AdAge) – When Hillary Clinton’s campaign compared her to “your abuela” (“your grandmother”) last year, it became clear just how tricky communicating with Latino and Hispanic voters can be. The “7 things Hillary Clinton has in common with your abuela” post on the Democratic presidential candidate’s site was perceived by some as […]

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11/06/16

Latino voting surge rattles Trump campaign

by Steven Shepard (Politico) – Hispanic voters could be poised to deliver a historic rebuke to Donald Trump and the Republican Party. Early-vote statistics from battleground states with large Hispanic populations show record turnout among a bloc that has voted at a lower rate than whites or blacks in past elections. If, as some polls […]

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11/06/16

Early voting data in 3 key states show spike in Latino turnout

by Daniella Diaz (CNN) – The percentage of eligible Latino voters who turn out to cast ballots typically isn’t as high as other demographics, but early voting data in three key battleground states suggest that could be changing in the 2016 race. So far, Latino voting in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina is significantly up […]

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10/05/16

Latino Voter Group Reports Registering More Than 100,000 New Voters

by Ed O’Keefe (The Washington Post) – One of the nation’s largest Latino civic groups claims that it has helped register more than 100,000 new voters, a key milestone announced as voter registration deadlines are nearing in several states. Voto Latino, a nonpartisan, mostly online-based voter registration group, says it helped compile 101,720 new voter […]

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