Tuesday, February 7, 2023

The DCCC Increases Spending on Political Ads to Focus on Latino Voters

Democrats are surprised at a South Texas district they had expected to win easily, but it began to appear less of a certainty. After the Cook Political Report changed its rating of the state’s 34th Congressional District from “lean Democrat” to “toss-up,” the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) began airing TV ads in English and […]

Election Results Show Latino Voters Have Mixed Views About Their Political Parties

Will Latinos turn Nevada red? Are Democrats losing Hispanic voters? To answer the driving questions leading up to the midterm elections are no and some, according to the election results. With races beginning to be called, Democrats see that Latinos have not forgotten them and were critical in their victories. Most Democrats won the majority […]

Next Week’s Election Encourages Latino Voters to Vote

The U.S. House could have as many as 45 seats filled with Latino members after next week’s election, which is a record number of Latinos in the House. There are currently 38 Latino House members. “We think we’ll have a very robust new class of Latinos overall,” said Arturo Vargas, executive director of the National […]

Latino Candidates on the Front Lines Against Election Deniers on the Upcoming Election

This year’s election-denier candidates – candidates who deny the results of the 2020 election – have put Latino candidates such as Adrian Fontes, the Democratic candidate for secretary of state in Arizona, in the spotlight against fallout from former President Donald Trump’s lie that he won the 2020 election. Fontes is running for the job […]

Rochelle Garza, The First Latina Running for Texas Attorney General, Is Looking to Break Even More Barriers

Before starting her race for Texas Attorney General, Democrat Rochelle Garza halted a Trump Administration’s attempt to stop a detained migrant teenager from getting an abortion. In 2017, the incumbent attorney general, Ken Paxton, backed the past administration on that case, warning in a brief that “Texas must not become a sanctuary state for abortions.” […]

Latinxs Are Better Off With The Biden Administration

America is in a peak transitional economic moment in large part because of the contributions of the Latinx community. Since the economy is critically important to Latinxs, many question when voting: are we better off today than when Democrats took power two years ago? Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Latinxs’ economic gains over the past […]

Guest Blogger: Jimmy Gómez, Congresista Demócrata, ‘El perdón de la deuda estudiantil y el impacto en los latinos’

This column was originally published in La Opinión. Esta acción ayudará a más de la mitad de los estudiantes universitarios latinos quienes han invertido en su educación para poder lograr el sueño americano Cada 30 segundos un joven latino cumple 18 años, poniéndolo a él o a ella, en una posición de tomar una de […]

DNC Announces New $500k Bilingual Ad Campaign for Hispanic Heritage Month

On Thursday, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) announced a $500,000 ad campaign for Hispanic Heritage Month in Spanish and English. The campaign will include ads on Spanish-language radio stations and print, as well as bilingual digital ads. “The Hispanic and Latino community is an important thread of the fabric of the American story and we […]

Hispanic Caucus Endorses Patrick Branco, Who Could Become Hawaii’s First Latino Representative

On Tuesday, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus’ campaign, known as Bold PAC, endorsed Patrick Branco, a Hawaii state lawmaker, who could become the first Latino from the state elected to Congress. Bold PAC’s endorsement is timely since Branco is running in a two-way Democratic primary against former state Sen. Jill Tokuda. The endorsement could potentially mean […]

Guest Blogger: “Will Democrats, Independents, and Progressives Wake Up in Arizona, Before it is Too Late?”

After 32 years as a red state, Arizona went blue in 1996. One of the main reasons was that Hispanics and Native Americans decided to participate because they were motivated by the notion that a similar bill like Prop 187 of California could be presented in Arizona by the State Legislature and signed by the […]