Both President Obama and Mitt Romney discussed the importance of the Latino vote over the weekend.
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According to a poll released Monday, Latino voters are more likely to favor President Obama than any of the GOP presidential candidates.
A new survey published in Politics and Gender shows that “the vast majority of Latinos and and Latinas strongly agree women should…have easy access to contraception.” Further, researchers warn that “strategic political positioning against access to birth control will not yield Latino votes.”
Spanish language media: GOP presidential candidates move forward with immigration policies despite Latino disapproval
GOP presidential candidates have voiced their support for immigration policies that leave out most Latino voters, who are looking for a common sense solution to the issue, but Democrats are not doing much better, participants in Spanish language Univision news show Al Punto said Sunday.
The liberal Center for American Progress and the conservative Hispanic Leadership Network each published a list of 10 things you need to know about Latino voters in Florida, one day before the state’s GOP presidential primary.
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., told participants at the Hispanic Leadership Network conference this morning in Miami that immigration is a gateway issue that touches everyone in the Hispanic community.
Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney, who lead the GOP presidential primary race, are in Florida working to earn the Latino vote for next week’s primary election, the first one in which the Latino voter is important.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio and GOP strategist Ed Gillespie will give the keynote speech at the “Inspiring Action” conference in Miami in late January, just days ahead of Florida’s Republican presidential primary, the Hispanic Leadership Network announced Thursday.
Republicans share Newt Gingrich’s approach to immigration, but the GOP still has to work hard to get Latino voters in important swing states in the 2012 presidential elections, according to surveys.