Latino Voters

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Lawsuit: Texas High Court Judges are Too White

A voting rights lawsuit filed against the State of Texas alleges that the makeup of the Supreme Court and Criminal Court of Appeals do not sufficiently reflect the Latino population.

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La Opinión: Marco Rubio Is a ‘Republican Obama’

Wednesday’s cover of La Opinión, the nation’s largest daily Spanish-language newspaper, prominently portrays donor-class favorite Sen. Marco Rubio with the infamous “hope and change” imagery that defined Barack Obama’s presidential campaign.

Immigrants read voter registration forms before becoming American citizens at a naturalization ceremony on June 21, 2013 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Some 270 people took the oath of allegiance during a ceremony held at the Theodore Roosevelt Federal Courthouse in downtown Brooklyn. One of the busiest …

La Raza Projects: 16.7 million Latinos Registered To Vote by 2016

With just under a million Latino U.S. citizens turning 18 each year, the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) is projecting that by 2016, 16.7 million Latinos will be registered to vote. On National Voter Registration Day, NCLR issued a call to eligible Latinos in the U.S. to “Defeat bigotry on the campaign trail—register and vote!”

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Jeb Bush Echoes Obama: ‘Todos Somos Americanos’

On Tuesday, former Florida governor Jeb Bush released a new ad designed to appeal to Hispanic voters presumably outraged by the immigration positions of 2016 presidential frontrunner Donald Trump, and women outraged by Trump’s controversial comments about women ranging from Megyn Kelly to Carly Fiorina.

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How Many Latinos Need to Support Republicans for There to Be Future Conservative Presidents?

(Ferenstein Wire) — White Americans are slowly dwindling into the minority, which poses big problems for Republicans. Democrats’ popularity with minorities has helped them snag the presidency in recent elections. By 2024, Republicans may need to blow past George Bush’s 2004 historic record with Latinos (44 percent) in order to ever have a shot again at another conservative president.

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Study: Latino, Asian Voter Turnout Plummets in California

Voter participation rates among California’s two fastest-growing ethnic groups dropped sharply in 2014, helping to contribute to a record low voter turnout in last year’s general election, a new study has found.

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Supreme Court Could Implode Heavily-Latino Legislative Districts

In what observers of the U.S. Supreme Court are calling a surprise move, the court on Tuesday agreed to take up a case that will have the justices deciding whether the Constitution requires only the counting of eligible voters when

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Israel Election: Racist Leader Told Voters to ‘Punish’ Their ‘Enemies’

Controversy continues to rage after the Israeli elections. It is–or ought to be–a scandal for any leader of a civilized nation to urge one group of voters to “punish” their “enemies” from another group of voters. The exact quote was: “We’re gonna punish our enemies and we’re gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us.” The leader who uttered those disgraceful words was U.S. President Barack Obama in 2010, and the mainstream media ignored him.

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Leftist Group Exposé Smears LIBRE Initiative with Old Information

This week, the liberal organization People for the American Way (PFAW) published a laughable smear attacking a conservative group as being “Koch-funded” and “targeting Hispanic voters” as a exposé, when this information has been publicly available for years.