Category Archive: 2012 Campaign

MSNBC Election Coverage – Latino Voters Make Major Statement

November 7, 2012

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Latino Voters Say Adiós, Romney

This post first appeared at The Nation. The Latino electorate was not one to want for a date this election; both presidential candidates laid it on pretty thick.  President Obama was hoping to harness and build upon his 2008 support and Mitt Romney hoping to Continue Reading →

MSNBC’s MHP – A Discussion of Race in the 2012

November 5, 2012

It was been an interesting four years looking at the evolution of public opinion regarding racial and religious identities. There has been a slight increase in negative racial sentiment but what has skyrocketed is negative sentiment toward Muslim-Americans. The kicker, however is that close to Continue Reading →

Carmona and Cruz, the tale of two Latino Senate candidates

November 1, 2012

This post first appeared on NBCLatino By this time next week the Latino caucus in the U.S. Senate will have increased by 50 percent and perhaps have even doubled. Texas Senate candidate Ted Cruz is a shoe in and come January will be joining Senators Bob Menendez Continue Reading →

MSNBC’s Jansing & Co. – Latino Voter Enthusiasm Up

October 29, 2012

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MSNBC’s UP – A discussion of women, and climate change

October 22, 2012

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Florida, the mother of all battleground states

This post originally appeared on NBCLatino. You can’t tune into news about the campaign without hearing about Florida.  As a non-Floridian this obsession can get a bit tedious (I admit living in Texas I get jealous of not getting any attention from the campaigns), but Continue Reading →

Candidates failed to connect in a real way

October 17, 2012

This post originally appeared on MSNBC’S Voices. In the political equivalent of an HBO boxing match, Mitt Romney and President Obama pounded away at each other round for round Tuesday night with only brief moments of respite in their corners while audience members posed their Continue Reading →

Romney gets an A+ while Obama gets a C+ for winging the debate

October 5, 2012

This post originally appeared on NBCLatino. As a teacher, it is clear which students show up to class having done their homework. Last night, Mitt Romney was that student who not only did his homework, but also did the extra homework review. Hard work does Continue Reading →

MSNBC’s Presidential Debate Wrap Up

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