Wednesday, June 20, 2018 | Updated at 5:07 PM ET

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New York favored its own on Tuesday as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were victorious in their respective presidential primary elections.

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It’s another round of primaries and caucuses on Tuesday with more than 100 delegates up for grabs for each major political party.

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March 15 is another round of presidential primaries for the Democratic and Republican Parties, and it could determine each party's nominee and the fate of Marco Rubio's political career.

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Among Latino influencers, the most important issue politicians should address is immigration reform.

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A coalition of civic engagement groups have taken aim to politically mobilize millions of immigrant voters especially in three key states with prominent Latino populations.

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A week before the Florida presidential primary, and just one day before Univision airs the next Democratic Party debate, surrogates for Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton discussed their record on Latinos issues and immigration.

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Ted Cruz became the first Latino, regardless of political party affiliation, to win a Texas presidential primary.

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The CHC Bold PAC, the political and fundraising arm of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, endorsed former secretary of state Hillary Clinton for U.S. president on Monday.

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A new look at an old problem in demography: when people no longer identify with their ethnic group.

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Although Latinos voted for President Barack Obama in both the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections in record breaking numbers, a new poll reveals that the Democratic Party may not have a strong grip on the voting bloc this time around.

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Despite Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio's strong showings in polls, the Republican party may be tarnished in the eyes of many Latino voters due to Donald Trump's success during the primaries.

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A coalition of national Latino civic engagement organizations have united to further engage Latinos to vote.

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Florida Lieutenant Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera wrote a letter to the Latino community in response to celebrities and advocates warning the electorate about the GOP.

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There has never been a Latina from Texas elected to the U.S. Congress, and Dolly Elizondo is campaigning to break that glass ceiling for the Lone Star State while championing the issues of education and immigration.

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Although born in Mexico, Ruben Kihuen actually has been living the American Dream, and he’s currently campaigning to bring his progressive work ethic to the next level: Congress.

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton released new Spanish-language television and radio advertisements describing her platforms education and immigration reform.

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