Friday, April 12, 2024

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 […]

Latinos hope for free and fair election as California Senate vacancy sparks early drama

When Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) announced earlier this month that she would not be seeking reelection in 2016, a mad dash for speculative replacements ensued, headlined by the exceedingly popular Kamala Harris, the state’s Attorney General. But those who were quick to sing the praises of Harris – ranging from Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) to […]

Obama’s Choice: Appoint a Latino Secretary of Commerce

Here’s a choice to ponder. We can either complain about how we’re not taken seriously, or we can take ourselves seriously. We’ve been talking a pretty big game about the Census numbers and how Latinos are the fastest growing community in the US, poised to change the country’s workforce, markets and politics. But I’m reminded […]