Category Archive: Latinos
This post originally appeared on NBCLatino Less is more for the Republican Party when it comes to women’s reproductive rights. Conservative Republican women may fully support the strategy of curtailing such healthcare access but the rest of the female electorate does not take kindly to Continue Reading →
This article originally appeared on NBCLatino It’s no coincidence that some of the harshest anti-immigration laws have taken root in the South. These states are reacting not necessarily to the presence of the Latino population but to their growth. At the local level the Republican Continue Reading →
This Op-Ed was originally published in USA Today One of the Newt Gingrich campaign’s top 10 reasons for why Latinos should support him for president is that “he shares our conservative values.” Republican reasoning often goes like this: While the majority of Latinos do not Continue Reading →
This article originally appeared in NBCLatino Today immigration has become the most visible tie that binds Latinos and Mormons. The Church of Latter-day Saints and many of its prominent members have been at the forefront of promoting sensible and humane immigration policies. However, the linkage between Continue Reading →
This article originally appeared in the January 30, 2012 issue of The Nation magazine with an accompanying podcast José Díaz-Balart, chief political analyst for Telemundo, had one important task during the September 7, 2011, Republican debate—to ask the candidates about immigration. Díaz-Balart asked his question, got his answer Continue Reading →
In the lead up to the Florida primary political attention has turned to the Latino electorate. Florida is the exception that confirms the Latinos-as Democrats rule where the vast majority of Latino voters support the GOP. In this portion of UP we discuss how the Continue Reading →
Soccer moms were the go to gals in the 1996 Presidential election. Eight years later George W. Bush again looked to the ladies, zeroing in on security moms. In the last presidential election a hockey mom herself was put at the top of the ticket. Continue Reading →
As the 2012 election approaches the Democrats have to rethink their Latino outreach. Do they keep forward with the issue of immigration or do they diversify their Latino issue outreach portfolio? I discuss some of these issues with Brian Naylor on NPR’s Morning Edition.
Everything in life is relative. Within the Republican presidential field Governor Rick Perry has come to be the Latino friendly candidate. Specifically, he has been cast as a Latino education advocate for signing into law an in-state college tuition bill for undocumented persons. While the Continue Reading →
Una entrevista con ”La Voz en Español”, José Gutiérrez Vivó donde doy un análisis de recientes sondeos entre los Latinos respecto al Presidente Obama.