Saturday, November 25, 2017

Green Hopes from the Next Generation: Young Latino Advocates Environmental Goals for Obama’s (2nd) First 100 Days

While watching President Obama’s inauguration speech, Andrea Delgado felt a surge of optimism. Paradoxically, it was one of Obama’s more somber statements that gave her hope: his acknowledgement that a failure to address climate change would be “a betrayal to our children and future generations.” The President’s message of urgency resonated with her. “Latinos get […]

Mobile Media will be Key to Latino Vote in 2012

In the 2012 Presidential election, Latino voters are a crucial voter pool, and some experts believe mobile-phone campaigns will be the key to reaching this group. Part of the reason experts feel that mobile-phone campaigns will be useful in targeting this audience is that out of the 21 million eligible Latino voters, more than 30% […]

Mitt Romney’s Sole Spanish-Language Ad May Not Be Enough

Mitt Romney’s lack of campaign advertisements in Spanish has some in the Latino community wondering if his claims that he “believes” in the Latino population are true. At this point in the 2012 Presidential Election campaign, Romney has only released one Spanish language ad. The ad, which was released in January 2012, has created a […]