Category Archive: 2016 Election

MSNBC’s Morning Joe: Trump in Mexico

August 30, 2016

MSNBC’s Alex Witt: Clinton Lead Commanding with Latinos

August 28, 2016

MSNBC’s Morning Joe: Woes for Clinton & Trump

August 24, 2016

NBCLatino: Is the DNC Energizing Latino Voters

July 28, 2016

Democratic National Convention Election 2016 Briefing

July 26, 2016

Turmoil Greets Democratic Convention but 3 Latino Delegates Look Ahead

July 25, 2016

This piece originally appeared on PHILADELPHIA – Hillary Clinton has a couple of things she’ll need to make happen this week for Latinos: get younger and former Bernie Sanders supporters on board and get all ages to accept her pick of Tim Kaine over Continue Reading →

Trump Ends Convention as He Started Campaign: Linking Immigrants to Crime

July 22, 2016

This piece originally appeared on CLEVELAND — Donald Trump accepted the GOP’s nomination Thursday in the same way he launched his campaign: slamming immigrants and linking them to crime. Trump didn’t budge from his combative stance on immigration as he wrapped up the Republican Continue Reading →

GOP Latinos See Vulnerability for Cruz, Who Said He’s Not ‘Servile Puppy Dog’

This post originally appeared on CLEVELAND — Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, one of only three Latinos in the Senate, failed Wednesday to bounce from his refusal to endorse Donald Trump at the convention, leaving many wondering if the Republican junior senator has put his 2018 Continue Reading →

Is This a Second Chance for Rubio?

June 25, 2016

This post originally appeared on Marco Rubio has thrown his hat in the ring for the Senate race that just a couple of days ago he shunned. He enters the race a front-runner, but just barely. The obstacles that face him are not just numerous Continue Reading →

Latino Democratic VP Pick? Betting Odds Are On…

June 17, 2016

This post originally appeared on First things first. Vice presidential picks don’t make or break the election for the top of the ticket. Research shows that there is no home state advantage and that the percentage of people who cross party lines because of a vice Continue Reading →

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