Meet The Matriarch Of The Arm-Everyone Movement
Best known for her support of an Oregon militia's armed standoff against the federal government, Michele Fiore is now trying to become part of that government. Even if she loses her bid for Congress, this literal calendar girl for the guns-for-everyone movement is the face of a political fringe that is slowly pushing itself towards the mainstream.
The GOP Spent Years Building A Latino Outreach Project—Is Trump About To Destroy It?
The Republican Party has dozens of staffers in key states around the country dedicated to reaching Latino voters, but a "Vote Trump" or even "Don't Vote Clinton" message may not be enough to stem historic opposition to him.
The Inside Story Of How Clinton Changed The Election From A High School In Nevada
Before Trump, and before she had a Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton gave rise to the new normal in Democratic politics — tacking hard to the left on immigration. An overlooked and effective moment in the primary, it will stand in stark contrast to the GOP's wall and deportations.
Latino Group Defends Sanders Against Clinton Attacks Over Immigration Vote
The Latino group LULAC — which Bernie Sanders always cites when explaining his vote against a 2007 immigration bill — is annoyed with the Clinton campaign for making Sanders' vote an issue. "The Clintons, when they were in office, weren’t exactly friends to immigrants."