Washington, DC Security Heightened Ahead Of September 18 Rally

Capitol Police Arrests California Man With Bayonet and Machete Near DNC Headquarters; Man's Vehicle Decorated With Supremacist Symbols

After the discovery of multiple knives inside his vehicle, including a bayonet and machete with him, a California man was arrested by Capitol Police close to the Washington headquarters of the Democratic National Committee, authorities said Monday.
Latino activists and politicians

Known Latino Activists, Politicians Criticize Lack of Representation at DNC

Known Latino activists and politicians have criticized the lack of representation of the Latino community during this week's Democratic National Convention.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Democratic National Committee's First Latino National Political Director to Leave Role for Silicon Valley

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.
Clinton, Sanders Continue Debate on Debates

Clinton, Sanders Continue Debate on Debates

Hillary Clinton on Jan. 28 seemed to acknowledge that Bernie Sanders was an increasingly viable challenger for the Democrats' 2016 White House nomination when she said she was ready to show up for a debate on Feb. 4 in the crucial primary state of New Hampshire.
Democratic presidential candidates Martin OMalley (L), Hillary Clinton (C) and Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) participate in the Democratic Candidates Debate hosted by NBC News and YouTube on January 17, 2016 in Charleston, South Carolina. This is the fina

Bernie Sanders Leads in Twitter Reaction, Speaking Time at Democratic Debate

Following the fourth Democratic presidential primary debate, there are winners and losers, from speaking times, social media influence and overall presentation.
Democratic president candidates (L to R) Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, and Martin O'Malley, debate at Saint Anselm College December 19, 2015 in Manchester, New Hampshire. This is the third Democratic debate featuring Democratic candidates Hillary Clint

O'Malley Campaign to Sanders: Challenge DNC for More Debates

Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley’s has called on fellow Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders to demand more debates.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Democratic National Committee Tabs Luis Miranda as New Communications Director

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) announced its new communications director will be a Latino. Specifically, the DNC named Luis Miranda as the organization's communications director, and he will assume the role in October.
Xavier Becerra

Latino Congressman: Hispanic Heritage Month a Perfect Backdrop For GOP Debate

For one Latino congressman, Hispanic Heritage Month provides a perfect backdrop for the second Republican presidential debate.
US Capitol washington D.C. american flag

Hispanic Heritage Month Brings Bipartisan Recognition of Latinos' US Impact

Democrats and Republicans have united to recognize National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Reince Priebus

RNC, DNC Trade Jabs on GOP Presidential Candidates' Tone

Politicians and advocacy groups have criticized the Republican presidential candidates for anti-Latino and anti-immigrant remarks, but Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman Reince Priebus debunked such claims.
Hillary Clinton

Democratic Party Presidential Candidates Call for More Primary Debates

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) scheduled six primary debates, which resulted in uproar from some Democratic presidential candidates. Hillary Clinton, however, finally indicated she may favor more debates.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Democratic National Committee Resolution Reinforces Focus on Immigration Reform, Workers' Rights

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) reinforced their mission as the political party for comprehensive immigration reform during its summer meeting in Minneapolis.
Donald Trump

Republicans Presidential Candidates Rally for Birthright Citizenship's End, But Latinos Fight Back

Republican presidential candidates have questioned the 14th Amendment, which allows U.S.-born children the automatic right to citizenship, but prominent Latinos and Latino-based organizations are criticizing calls to change the law.
Scott Walker

Scott Walker's Obamacare Repeal Plan Would Affect 4.2 Million Latinos

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker announced his healthcare reform plan, which would replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), often referred to as Obamacare.
Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush to Deliver Major Foreign Policy Speech in Nevada, Attacks Democratic Candidate Hillary Clinton

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is scheduled to deliver an important foreign policy speech as the campaign moves away from front-runner Donald Trump’s publicity. Set to speak in Nevada, home to a growing Latino population -- comprising 27.5 percent of the state's overall population -- the former Florida governor will speak about terrorism, including the Islamic State militant group.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, and real estate magnate Donald Trump

GOP Debate Social Media Response: Donald Trump, Marco Rubio Top Facebook, Twitter Engagement

Following the first Republican presidential debate on Thursday, different campaigns are calling victory, but social media may prove who was the most talked about candidate.
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