Preliminary results from the 2002 mid-term election show important gains for Latino elected officials and provide further evidence that the Latino community is an independent, issue-driven, and increasingly important segment of the electorate.
A majority of Latino voters in California and New York are opposed to having U.S. forces go to war with Iraq in contrast to national public opinion surveys, according to a poll of 809 registered Latino voters in the two states released by the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute.
The Hispanic electorate is emerging as a distinct presence on the political landscape, – The Hispanic electorate is emerging as a distinct presence on the political landscape, demonstrating broad but shallow party loyalty and a mixture of ideological beliefs and policy positions that defy es easy
The National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, (NHLA) a coalition of 40 national public policy and civil rights organizations and distinguished leaders, has released its annual Congressional Scorecard covering legislative votes during the first
session of the 107th Congress.
The voting patterns, interests, and behavior of Latino voters - who now constitute 7% of the American electorate - have the potential to influence the future of American politics significantly, according to a new analysis.
The Advertising Council and The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) joined to announce the launch of a new public service advertising (PSA) campaign designed to raise awareness of the importance of voting and encourage young people to register and vote in the upcoming elections.