Saturday, September 21, 2019

Republican Latinos Are Opting Out Of The General Election

The son of two Mexican immigrants, Artemio Muniz is a proud Republican and the chairman of the Texas Federation of Hispanic Republicans. The duality between his heritage and his political views has led to the decision that he will sit out of the general presidential election this year. Muniz is one of many Latino Republicans […]

Comentarios from Maria: An Interesting “Uniting” Strategy Directed To Republican Critics

The real estate mogul, Donald Trump, continues his tour of the United States seeking to “unify” the Republican Party, and those who don’t already supporting him, will be destroyed politically in the process. This is Trump’s strategy to unify the party, which was deployed last week in the state of New Mexico in one of […]

The New Year and New Congress Heralds New Faces of Elected Hispanics

The 112th Congress of the United States gets sworn into office today, and amongst its ranks are a number of newly elected Hispanics – all Republicans. Of the ninety new members, six are Latinos, including one each from the states of Washington and Idaho. Marco Rubio becomes only the second Latino currently serving in the […]

Mid-Term Election Results and the Latino Vote

Tuesday night’s results definitely told a tale that involved the Hispanic vote.  On Tuesday, we laid out what were going to be the likely elections most influenced by Latino voters across the country.  Countless predictions came true about a Republican wave sweeping Congress while Democrats managed to hold on to control of Senate.  Nevada “Did […]

Election Day: 2010 Midterm Elections and the Latino Vote

For the past several months La Plaza has been closely following the developments and attention surrounding the Latino vote in what will go down in history as the most expensive midterm elections to date.  We have covered everything from the earnest efforts of several civic groups to turn out this voting bloc on Election Day […]