With 32 million eligible Latino voters this year in the United States, they make up the largest minority voting group. The PBS NewsHour spoke with some of them about their decisions.
By Courtney Vinopal
Joe Biden's tenure as Barack Obama's vice president is complicating his efforts to deepen ties with Latinos who could be critical to winning the White House.
By Will Weissert, Associated Press
In Nevada, a majority-Latino, majority-female union reflects the changing face of U.S. organized labor and the state's increasingly diverse population. Last year, the union was also the most effective Latino voter turnout operation in the state, where Democrats won up…
By John Yang
This campaign season, the electoral map has undergone major upheaval -- and the race could come down to just a handful of critical states. For insight into what's motivating voters in hotly contested Texas, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina and New…
By PBS NewsHour
By Michael R. Blood, Associated Press
The Nov. 8 election will likely reflect long-term trends that have seen the nation's most populous state become increasingly diverse and firmly Democratic.
By Ivette Feliciano, Zachary Green
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Donald Trump met with his newly-minted Hispanic advisory board in New York Saturday, sitting down with elected officials, business leaders and faith leaders, along with his new campaign team.
By Sergio Bustos and Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press
Many Hispanic families have an immense personal stake in what happens on Election Day, but despite large numbers, Hispanics often can't vote, aren't registered to vote, or simply choose to sit out.
By Lynn Elber, Associated Press
The reaction has been cautious from some, fiery from others as Latino stars search out their own path in an extraordinary political year.
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