Latino voters who backed Sanders helped give him a decisive victory in Nevada that established him as the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination.
By Candice Norwood
By PBS NewsHour
Arizona, a traditionally red state, could be in play this election for the first time in decades. Hoping to boost voter turnout, a group called One Arizona focused on helping eligible Latinos register to vote, signing up 150,000 voters this…
By PBS NewsHour
Donald Trump won the GOP primaries on the strength of an aggressive immigration policy, but is now using a softer tone.
By Nicholas Riccardi and Bill Barrow, Associated Press
By Amanda Gomez
The Democratic Party is relying on Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric to drive up Latino turnout this fall. But while conventional wisdom holds that most new Latino voters will register as Democrats, an increasing number in California — a key state…
By Kenya Downs
Voters in this year’s presidential election will be some of the most diverse ever, according to the Pew Research Center. By Election Day, nearly one-in-three eligible voters will be Hispanic, black, Asian or any other racial and ethnic minority.
If all Latino millennials voted in 2016, they'd have major sway in the presidential race. But that will depend on boosting turnout among young voters who make up almost half of the overall Hispanic electorate.
By Katie Kuntz, Rocky Mountain PBS I-News
Latinos could have an especially strong impact on races in Colorado, but even in the most contentious races there, candidates are largely staying silent on immigration reform, a motivating political issue to many Latinos, says Katie Kuntz of Rocky Mountain…
Shields and Brooks Debrief on the Town Hall Debate, George McGovern's Legacy…
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