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Nov 07 2023
FILE – Signs point to the entrance on the last day of early voting before the midterm election as a man walks out of a polling site in Cranston, R.I., on Nov. 7, 2022. Almost half of all voters in the 2022 midterm elections cast their ballots before Election Day either by mail or through early voting, with Asian and Hispanic voters leading the way, new data from the U.S. Census Bureau releasedNewsNation
Jan 26 2015
The last Texas Republican to occupy the Oval Office, George W. Bush, took 49 percent of the state's Hispanic vote in his 2004 presidential re-election, setting a relatively high bar for the handful of Texas-born or -raised Republicans who might be hoping to follow in his footsteps in 2016.
Republican presidential aspirants with ties to the Lone Star State must figure out how to hold theWashington Post
Nov 06 2023
President Joe Biden is losing support among minority voters — a key voting bloc for Democrats — ahead of the 2024 election, Axios reported Monday. Biden is losing support among hispanic and black voters in a series of recent battleground state and national polls, as well as among youth voters in the crucial voting blocs Democrats typically enjoy, according to Axios. Two polls released SundayThe Daily Caller
Mar 15 2022
Much has been made of the Democratic Party’s diversity, inclusion and equity messaging, and its presumed success in creating an unbeatable majority based on an electorate of minority groups. Regardless of the fanfare, the Democratic Party still faces an immigration crisis as Hispanic voters aren’t just leaving the party; they seem to be sprinting away.
The Daily Caller
Mar 03 2022
Republicans have long argued that Donald Trump’s gains in majority-Hispanic South Texas were not a one-time deal and, instead, the beginning of a larger trend.
The primary results on Tuesday night proved they’re right.
The GOP saw continued strong turnout in the state’s southernmost border counties in the latest display that Trump’s gains among Hispanic voters were no anomaly.Politico
Mar 06 2023
Democrats in the Congressional Hispanic Caucus took aim this week at the Biden administration’s recently announced measures to get control of the overwhelming migrant crisis at the southern border, marking the latest criticism from the administration’s left flank.
Rep. Adriano Espaillat, D-N.Y., said in a press conference on Thursday that the caucus had expressed "some concernsFox News (Online News)
Jun 24 2021
The 2020 election was a surprise on many levels. President Donald Trump got much closer to reelection than most pundits predicted. The blue wave turned out to be a figment of the media’s and Democrats’ imagination. And Republicans did far better than expected down ballot and across the country.
There have been plenty of autopsies done by partisans and academics, and plenty ofRoll Call
Jun 06 2012
Mitt Romney stepped up his outreach to Hispanic voters on Wednesday as he tries to close a big gap with President Obama, announcing that he has tapped several prominent Latino business leaders and Republican politicians to advise his campaign.Washington Post
Nov 01 2019
A new survey found that 98% of Americans of Latin American descent prefer terms other than "Latinx" to describe themselves.
The poll, conducted by researchers at the Hispanic market research company, ThinkNow, revealed that 44% of people of Latin American descent prefer the term "Hispanic" and 24% prefer the term "Latino" or "Latina," while another 11% wanted to be referred to by theirWashington Examiner