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At the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Raul Alvillar, their first Latino national political director, will leave his position just ahead of next month's Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

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The unemployment rate among U.S. Latinos dropped in May, but the number of Latinos not working increased.

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The Republican National Committee announced a new Director of Hispanic Communications following the departure of another Latina Republican in the RNC's media department.

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The latest Republican presidential debate had many people engaged on social media, and it appears front-runner Donald Trump dominated discussion.

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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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Following the fourth Democratic presidential primary debate, there are winners and losers, from speaking times, social media influence and overall presentation.

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The U.S. Department of State on Jan. 8 released the latest batch of emails from Hillary Clinton's private email account, which the former secretary was forced to make public under a court order.

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A Latino, son of Mexican immigrants, living in the influential state of Colorado is among the focus of the Republican National Committee’s (RNC) latest diversity advertising campaign.

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Following President Barack Obama’s executive action announcement on gun reforms, the response, as expected, fell on partisan lines.

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The reviews are coming in after the final Republican presidential debate of 2015 on Tuesday night.

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Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton received the endorsement of Rep. Luis Gutierrez and reiterated her immigration stance despite activists protesting her policies.

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Following the fourth Republican presidential primary debate, Latino civic engagement groups are criticizing the candidates’ stance on immigration reform and the economy.

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As the Latino electorate continues to move forward into the 2016 election season, Latino Victory Project President Cristóbal J. Alex told Latin Post about how the political parties have been faring with the voting bloc.

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The Republican National Committee suspended NBC News sponsorship of a future Republican presidential debate, which would have been screened on Telemundo.

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Sen. Marco Rubio was front and center with nine Republican presidential candidates for the third GOP debate.

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The third Republican presidential debate focused on the country’s economy, and it comes as the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1314 -- the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 -- but foreign policy also dominated the evening.

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