President Obama won the youth vote, but according to a new report by the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE), a substantial sector of his youth support came from Latinas.
When President Barack Obama said recently in an interview that Latinos would be critical to his re-election victory, boy, was he right.
There is a saying in Spanish that says, “Dime con quién andas, y te diré quién eres.” (Tell me whom you walk with, and I’ll tell you who you are.) So we thought it might be helpful to tell you about 10 Latino campaign surrogates who have been working hard to convince you to vote for their candidate.
A new impreMedia/Latino Decisions tracking poll, the last one of 11 weeks of tracking Latino voters, finds President Obama is expected to win a record share of the Latino vote, especially in key battleground states.
There’s more to Victor Cruz than suave salsa moves and impressive touch downs, as the New York Giants wide receiver is appealing to Latinos to vote for President Barack Obama in a new reelection campaign ad.