Today, Mitt Romney speaks before the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Los Angeles, just two days before he will take questions from Univisión anchors Jorge Ramos and Maria Elena Salinas.  Given Romney’s poor standing with Latino voters and Latinos’ importance in numerous 2012 battleground states, this week’s Latino-focused... Continue »
Follow Frank Sharry on Twitter: Boston, you have a problem. Your guy, Mitt Romney, is losing badly with Latinos and it could cost him the election. Battleground states such as Nevada, Colorado, Florida and even Virginia are likely to swing Obama’s way if he keeps his current 66 percent –... Continue »
President Obama, next week, you and Mitt Romney will sit down for interviews with Univision’s Jorge Ramos. No doubt, immigration will be a topic during both discussions. We’d like to encourage you to have a better answer than the one you gave to Agencia EFE yesterday, as reported by FOX News Latino:... Continue »
It looks like Rep. Steve King (R-IA) is in the fight of his political life. After five terms and a decade of being handily reelected to Congress, Steve King has been redistricted into Iowa’s new fourth Congressional district, where he is being challenged by the state’s former first lady,... Continue »
 As we’ve reported, while Mitt Romney was campaigning in Iowa last week, he sidled up to one of the most egregiously anti-immigrant members of Congress, Steve King. In fact, Romney offered a full endorsement of King’s reelection to Congress stating that ” I want him as my partner in Washington.”... Continue »
Today, America’s Voice is releasing the fourth installment of our “State Spotlight: Immigration, Latino Voters, and the 2012 Elections” series with an analysis of Latino electoral politics in Colorado.  Today’s fact sheet follow earlier installments about Nevada, Florida, and Arizona; in the coming weeks America’s Voice will release additional fact sheets... Continue »