Most Americans are confident that the U.S. government has a clear plan for winning the war on terrorism. Most Americans also think the government has explained clearly what it means to win this war.

In a first time effort by a local candidate for governor, Mark Warner has launched an assertive media campaign targeting the Latino community in the state of Virginia.

Democrat Mark Green and Republican Michael Bloomberg will face off Tuesday October 30th in the first mayoral debate of the general election season sponsored by el diario/LA PRENSA and two broadcast partners, WXTV Univision 41 and WADO 1280 radio.

Over 100 Latinas will gather in Washington, DC, September 23rd through 26th, 2001 for Hispanas Organized for Political Equality's (HOPE's) 4th Annual Latina Action Day - DC (LAD-DC).

Spanish language TV station Univision 41 (WXTV) has launched a voter registration drive to increase the number of Spanish-speaking registered voters in New York and New Jersey.

Radio Unica 1580 AM Los Angeles announced it will cover Los Angeles' mayoral elections with a special series of interviews hosted by Ricardo Brown, news veteran and host of the network's daily program, Muy Temprano. The special broadcasts will air April 5, 6, 9 and 11, from 7:00 p.m.

Based on a recent survey conducted by the William C. Velasquez Institute (WCVI) citywide of 800 likely voters, Antonio Villaraigosa leads Jim Hahn by 23 percent to 20 percent in the race for mayor.

Legendary guitarist Carlos Santana and Grammy Award-winner Mary J. Blige have been chosen to receive Rock the Vote Patrick Lippert Awards on Tuesday, February 20th at the Los Angeles House of Blues, it was announced today by Rock the Vote founder and record industry executive, Jeff Ayeroff.

According to a recent study conducted by the Republican National Committee, a deciding factor in the successful George W. Bush presidential campaign was the precedent-setting Hispanic vote.

A study released by the U.S. Census Monitoring Board finds that when comparing corrected to uncorrected 1990 Census data, minority voter opportunities could have been expanded in nine of the ten most heavily undercounted states.

The 2000 election is the first in the history of the current regulatory regime where more television advertising dollars were spent by the major national political parties than by their chosen candidates, according to a study by the Brennan Center for Justice and Prof. Kenneth Goldstein.

Americans are generally willing to try new technologies for voting, and the type they're most comfortable trying is as familiar as their neighborhood automatic teller machine (ATM), according to a new survey by Gartner Group, Inc.