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Sep 18 2022
President Joe Biden and Democrats may be celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month, but convincing members of the country's diverse Hispanic and Latino community to support them in the 2022 midterm elections will not be a party.
Hispanic and Latino voters, who surprised Florida and Texas Democrats last cycle, will be a critical demographic again in November, particularly in the toss-Washington Examiner
Dec 01 2023
Officials in Los Angeles are asking for the public’s help to find a suspect believed to be targeting the homeless community after three unhoused people were fatally shot in their sleep this week. The first killing happened Sunday around 3 a.m. in an alley; the second took place on Monday just before 5 a.m.; and a third person was killed Wednesday around 2:30 a.m., Los Angeles Police ChiefCNN (Online News)
May 25 2023
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Thursday called on Hispanic people in Florida to vote against Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), who launched his 2024 White House bid the day before, because of his immigration policies.
“Hopefully Hispanics in Florida will wake up and not give him one single vote, to not vote for those who persecute migrants, those who don’t respect migrants,”The Hill
Nov 24 2023
Editor’s Note: Over the past 15 years, Roberto Gallardo has authored or co-authored more than 70 articles for the Daily Yonder. His primary concentration has been on rural broadband. In this submission, Gallardo looks at a finding from his last Daily Yonder article: that rural whites tend to have slower broadband access than people of color. It’s a counterintuitive fact, given that people ofThe Daily Yonder
Jun 09 2012
When Barack Obama called Denver's oldest Spanish-language AM station last month to chat with host Fernando Sergio, the interview ran well over its allotted 10 minutes. The president took time to note his administration's support for Hispanic-owned small businesses and how many Hispanics he had appointed to federal positions.Wall Street Journal (News)
Oct 20 2012
By now, it's no surprise that most Latinos plan to vote for President Obama. They are the nation's largest minority group, often likened to a sleeping giant that could decide the outcome in key swing states.NPR (Online News)
May 01 2023
Bilingual outreach is still one of the most important components of presidential campaigns, said Jess Morales Rocketto, chief of Moonshot Strategies at Equis Research and a former digital organizing director for Hillary Clinton. She pointed to Bernie Sanders’ campaign in 2020 as an example of intentional Spanish usage that propelled the senator to a stronghold on Latino engagement. “I havePolitico
Jan 27 2023
According to a new Lifeway Research survey, Hispanic congregations in the United States have seen significant growth amongst their members and in outreach efforts.
"For decades, the Hispanic population in the U.S. has been growing exponentially, and it is imperative for churches to be informed about the specific needs of this community," said director of global publishing for LifewayChristian Headlines
May 25 2023
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador took aim at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday, urging Hispanic people in Florida not to back the governor one day after he announced his bid for the White House.
"All of his playing politics with migrants was because he wanted to be the Republican party candidate," López Obrador said during a news conference, translated by Reuters. "IUSA TODAY
May 25 2023
Mexican president ramps up anti-Republican rhetoric, urges Hispanics not to give DeSantis 'any votes'
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador again waded into the U.S. political situation on Thursday when he urged Hispanics not to vote for newly-declared presidential candidate and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis — the latest example of the Mexican president meddling in U.S. elections against Republicans.
Lopez Obrador spoke at a press conference a day after DeSantis declared hisFox News (Online News)