Wednesday, February 21, 2024

First Lady Michelle Obama Will Discuss Key Issues Impacting Hispanic Families with’s Latina Moms

On Tuesday, July 10th at 12:45pm, the Dewey Square Group and Latinovations’ own Maria Cardona, who is also a contributing political editor to and CNN political contributor, will be hosting an intimate and important conversation with First Lady Michelle Obama and four Latina mothers from at Barbara Goleman High School in Miami Lakes, […]

Comentarios from Maria: GOP’s ‘faux anger’ is all the rage

You would think that President Obama’s surprise trip to Afghanistan yesterday and speech to the troops would have quieted — at least for one night — the latest installment of the GOP’s “Faux Anger Chronicles.” While most of the president’s critics were silent or praised him for the trip, others didn’t disappoint in following along […]

Guest Blogger Series: Gus K. West “Rhetoric in GOP Primary Harmful to Hispanics”

Immigration has surfaced as one of the top issues in this Republican presidential primary — thanks in no small part to the United States’ ever-growing population of Hispanics, now the country’s second-largest group. Despite the voting power of this sizable bloc, the Republican candidates haven’t distinguished themselves as friends of immigrants. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt […]

Obama’s Approval Rating among Latinos Up but 2012 Vote Uncertain

A new poll by Latino Decisions shows that President Barack Obama’s numbers are up among Latino voters from the middle of last year, but even so, less than half said they would cast their vote for Democrats or Obama in 2012. Latino voters gave Obama a 70% approval rating but only 43% said they are […]