Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Following Midterm Losses, DNC Releases “Autopsy,” Way Forward

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) on Tuesday released a 19 page report on the state of the Democratic Party calling for a “clear, values-based message” following the devastating 2014 midterm elections that have left the party infrastructure badly weakened. While a similar effort dubbed the “autopsy” by the Republican National Committee (RNC) was conducted following […]

GOP Withdraws From Latino Audiences Following CNBC Debate

The Republican National Committee (RNC), following last week’s CNBC debate in which Republican presidential candidates were asked about their policies on the economy and on taxation policy, has suspended future involvement with NBC News and its affiliates for what the RNC describes as a debate held and moderated in “bad faith.” Telemundo, the second-largest Spanish-language […]

Latino Super PAC Adds Three Big Name Co-Chairs for 2016

Adding political heft to an organization with an ambitious agenda for the 2016 general election and down-ballot races, the Latino Victory Fund, dedicated to increasing the number of elected Latinos in the United States, named three new Co-Chairs to it organization-Congressman Joaquin Castro (D-TX), former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and New York City Council […]

Comentarios From Maria: To Reach Latinos, GOP Must Alter Its Message, Tone

There is no doubt that the Latino electorate is becoming increasingly important in presidential elections and will become even more so in the future. Today, one in six Americans are of Latino descent. By 2050, that number will be one in three. It is no wonder the Republican National Committee sounded the alarm following the […]