Immigration activist leaders signed on to MoveOn.org’s “Run Warren Run” initiative calling for a credible challenge to Clinton. Other groups are said to be mulling signing on in the coming weeks.
“This is about winning elections,” Democratic donor and Inclusv co-founder Steve Phillips told BuzzFeed News.
The Libre Initiative helps immigrants learn to drive in Nevada, does food banks in Texas and holds free health clinics in Florida. So why are Democrats in key states ringing alarm bells up to the national party about the organization?
A year after NCLR President Janet Murguia called Obama the “deporter-in-chief,” she will rip into Republicans at the NCLR Capital Awards Tuesday, in prepared remarks viewed by BuzzFeed News. “Our complaint is not partisan, it is personal.”
A race for party chairman has turned into a fight over what some say are conflicts of interest. Democrats in the battleground state are still smarting after bad Latino outreach and a big loss in 2014.
Renteria met with Hillary Clinton in mid-February and is the leading contender to become the national political director for her expected campaign, two sources told BuzzFeed News. An early signal that Latino outreach will be serious.
A court ruling suspending the immigration actions means the administration is trying to tamp down fear that they will go away. Democrats plan to hit Republicans hard, but immigration advocates are split on how much to do so.
The Democratic National Committee has met with at least six Latino candidates for national press secretary and director of Hispanic media positions.
Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has been in the eye of the storm over the mysterious death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman. And then there’s her Twitter feed.
Sandra Gutierrez received the James Irvine Foundation Leadership Award and $200,000 for her work empowering Latino parents to be their children’s first teachers.
“I am willing to offer Tito whatever he needs in order for him to live a full life,” said De Rosa.
Will Mr. 305 become Mr. GOP? Republicans and Democrats actually have strong opinions about this.
GROW Elect has helped get 90 Latino Republicans elected in California, all with an eye towards diversifying the Republican Party. But will their strategy of helping to elect moderates work in more conservative states?
The 16-year-old princess will have her own Disney Junior show in 2016.
The city of Corpus Christi in Texas will be hosting a two-day festival honoring Selena Quintanilla-Pérez in April and expects 50,000 visitors and $1 million to come to the city. The two-day event will include live music and a screening of her biopic.
A forgotten detail about 2008: Hillary Clinton beat Obama 2–1 among Latinos in their primary and it wasn’t all name recognition — but big challenges still lie ahead to maintain huge Latino support for Democrats. One other one: the looming possibility of Jeb Bush.
Anitere Flores, who has been rumored as a possible Senate candidate if Marco Rubio runs for president, and Sean Reyes, Utah’s attorney general in the middle of the immigration battle, spoke to BuzzFeed News after an RNC “Rising Stars” event.
The network’s ties to Hillary Clinton, treatment of Marco Rubio, and singular focus on immigration give Republicans fits. But for one big reason: Republicans need Univision.
Jose Antonio Vargas, one of the most high-profile undocumented immigrants in the country, applied for his California driver’s license under a new law. 1.4 million immigrants are expected to submit applications during the next three years.
A mid-2014 report found that Democratic party spending was woefully short when it came to minority vendors. Six months later, Democrats are meeting with Hispanic-business owners and have Latino hires in the pipeline, but not much else to show.
Advocacy organizations announced the creation of a coalition that would tackle an expected increase in Alzheimer’s cases affecting Latinos in the coming decades.
Only searches in Spanish were pulled, but they show that Ebola, selfies, and Chespirito were among the top searches.
Mark Udall blurred the difference between himself and Cory Gardner on immigration in Colorado. That had a downside.
A commentary on what scares Americans and what should scare Americans.
The Justice Department and Department of Homeland Security are expected to send final recommendations in the next two weeks. Activists are worried and angry about what they’re hearing.
With the campaign not interested in causing a scene, two activists walked right up on stage and stood next to North Carolina Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan with a sign that read, “Friends don’t deport friends.”
And it could decide the heated Senate race between Democrat Mark Udall and Republican Cory Gardner. But is Udall’s outreach too little, too late?
.SOY! Both Latinos and vegans feel a strong claim to the word. But does this new offering work?
Two key House Republicans tell BuzzFeed News it could happen. Democrats and activists say they’ve heard this all before.