Latino Voters

Late night hosts went after Trump for trying to appeal to Hispanic voters during his rally in New Mexico.
Late night hosts roasted President Donald Trump for trying to appeal to Hispanic voters at a rally in New Mexico.
At a campaign rally in New Mexico, President Donald Trump tried to sway Hispanic voters, even though only 25% approve of the job he is doing.
The term's popularity on Google suggests more Hispanics are planning to vote.
The creator of a Latino Victory Fund video was once chased by bigots in a pickup.
It wasn't the lowest turnout in history, though. According to Mashable, about 49% of eligible voters didn't participate in
President-elect Trump must govern differently than he campaigned, including dropping the nativist rhetoric, leaving anti-immigrant campaign advisors outside his Administration, and altering policy proposal.
Anger impacts our world, every day, in real and substantive ways. It is definitely in the air in this election season, isn't it? Like any engine of high energy it requires a steering wheel, governance, tempering it to be effective, not merely hot.
The exit poll reports of the Latino vote are profoundly and demonstrably incorrect.
For the past eight years, America has had an African-American president. Faced with the prospect of a white woman succeeding him, America instead just elected an angry white man as president. Call it the triumph of angry white men everywhere.
Consider what happened when Trump re-emerged from his penthouse after the Billy Bush tape was released, as reported by the
Quick! Who has inspired, unified and mobilized Latino voters with the greatest historical impact? Nope, not brilliant strategists in DC. No, not any new-fangled technology to reach voters more efficiently. It's not even the tireless work of indefatigable canvassers.
On November 8, America will elect a new President. A brutally divisive campaign has exposed the fault lines in American society
Today will forever be remembered as a historic election day. If you haven’t already, please make sure you vote before the
In the end, it is not about organizations or ground operations or town halls or messaging. It is about the voter. Each of us has one vote, the moment is here to make it count!