Tag: hispanic

Hillary Clinton Vows To ‘Stop The Raids And Roundups’ of Illegal Immigrants

Hillary Clinton vowed to defend Obama’s two executive amnesty programs DAPA and DACA, and promised to expand it if elected president. DACA gives amnesty for illegal immigrants brought to the country as children and DACA gives amnesty for their parents. But Clinton touted additional cases where she would unilaterally give illegal immigrants legalization.

Exclusive – RNC Official at Trump’s Hispanic Meeting Debunks False BuzzFeed, Univision Reports that Donald Succumbed to Amnesty Activists

A senior staffer at the Republican National Committee (RNC) told Breitbart News Saturday GOP presidential candidate Donald J. Trump did not say or suggest that he was open to granting any legal status–amnesty–to any illegal aliens in the United States at his campaign’s National Hispanic Advisory Council meeting as reported in BuzzFeed and Univision.

Donald Trump Won Hispanic Vote in New York City

GOP frontrunner Donald Trump won more than 50 percent of the Hispanic vote in New York City, according to exit polls. Analysis of the New York Times‘ vote tracker shows Trump won 61 percent in areas with at least a

Nevada Latino Protest (Isaac Brekken / Associated Press)

Nevada Latinos Split Among Hillary, Bernie by Age

Nevada’s Democratic Latino voters are divided over support for Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), with the older population backing the former secretary of state and the younger, millennial-oriented demographic supporting Sanders.

Poll: Hillary Clinton Running Far Behind 2008 Numbers in Nevada

This Saturday, Democrats convene caucuses in Nevada, the party’s third contest of the 2016 nomination battle. The most recent poll, from TargetPoint, shows a tied race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, each earning 45 percent from likely caucus-goers. The findings are an ominous sign for Clinton’s campaign.

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Obama: ‘America’s Greatness Does Not Come From Building Walls’

Barack Obama said that while “anti-immigrant sentiment” was not new to politics in America, it was wrong, citing the Irish and Italians that once suffered stereotypes similar to Hispanics today. He also dismissed the suggestion that somehow immigrants in the past were all legal, and used a straw man argument to suggest that opponents of amnesty were racist.

EXCLUSIVE: California Mexican Stands Up to Donald Trump Protesters

As Donald Trump supporters left the U.S.S. Iowa on Tuesday, one Hispanic Trump supporter, Jorge Herrera, started a pro-American chant, and other Trump supporters echoed him. Herrera seemed annoyed that some protesters were calling Trump a racist and started to yell back at them, and the crowd of Trump supporters joined in chanting, “U-S-A, U-S-A, U-S-A!”

CDC: Nearly 1 In 4 People In U.S. Will Be Hispanic By 2035

The Hispanic population in the coming two decades is projected to reach 84,543,000, or 22.8 percent of the population, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Currently the Hispanic population makes up 17 percent of the U.S. population at 56,754,000.

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Ballot Integrity, the Rule Of Law, and Jeb Bush’s ‘Hispanic’ Check Box

The race/ethnicity section of the form was optional, and conveyed no benefit to the registrant – there was nothing for Bush to gain by deliberately misrepresenting himself as Hispanic, even if it could be proven that he did this intentionally. There wasn’t any political benefit to doing so, either, and there is no evidence that Bush ever sought to (absurdly) turn his “Hispanic” voter registration into a political asset, since the form lay dormant in the archives until surfacing this week.