Friday, July 10, 2020

Rick Santorum unlikely to win Latino Vote in 2012 despite solid Iowa Performance

Despite enjoying a sudden emergence and strong second-place finish in Tuesday’s Iowa Republican caucuses, experts believe Rick Santorum would be unable to secure the Latino vote in 2012. Although he has been careful to play up his Catholic, pro-family values and immigrant parents angle, his hard stance on illegal immigration is listed as the top […]

Comentarios from Maria Cardona: “A fight for the soul of the GOP”

Tuesday night’s tight contest for the top spot in the Iowa Republican caucuses reflects the ongoing tension that exists within the Republican Party. This struggle between the conservative religious voters — whose voice is strong and loud in Iowa and was represented by Rick Santorum — and the more moderate, mainstream voters, represented by Mitt […]

Obama Campaign Hires National Latino Vote Director

Adrian Saenz has been hired as National Latino Vote Director by the Obama campaign in an effort to recreate and expand the president’s performance with Latinos in 2012. A veteran operative, Saenz served as State Director in Texas and New Mexico during President Obama’s 2008 campaign. He is expected to travel around the U.S. to […]

Comentarios from Maria Cardona: “Perry’s Hiding Record Behind Angry Rhetoric”

Texas Gov. Rick Perry wants to be the next president of the United States. He announced his candidacy on Saturday and has since campaigned like an angry bull cornered by a Matador, no-holds barred–even going so far as to seem to threaten bodily harm to the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, Ben Bernanke. This […]