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.
Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton Education Plan Would Cost $350 Billion Over 10 Years, Includes Free Community College

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton revealed her affordable college plan aimed to combat student debt, and as expected, the proposal was met with varied responses.
Hector Perez

¿QUÉ DICES?: Latin Post Gets Reaction to First Republican Presidential Debate [Video]

In continuing our mission to amplify the voice of the Latino community, Latin Post captured the reactions, thoughts and opinions of people following the first Republican presidential debate, which occurred on Aug. 6, from Cleveland, Ohio. The GOP debate covered topics including immigration, the economy and jobs, the Islamic State militant group and electability.
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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GOP Debate 2015 Reaction: Republicans, Democrats Name Winners and Losers of First GOP Debate

The first Republican presidential primary debate concluded, and while many GOP campaigns are claiming victory, everyone definitely has an opinion about the issues -- or the lack thereof - and the participating candidates.
Republican presidential candidates (L-R) New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Ben Carson, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)

Donald Trump Takes Centerstage at First Primetime GOP Debate, Candidates Talk Immigration and Jobs

The first primetime Republican presidential debate was highlighted by the issues, but the 10 GOP candidates also took the spotlight including businessman Donald Trump, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Cuban American Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida.
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GOP Debate 2015 Recap: Seven Republican Presidential Candidates Debate Immigration, Islamic State Terrorism

The first Republican presidential debate covered heavy topics ranging from electability, the Islamic State militant group, immigration and GOP frontrunner Donald Trump. The first debate occurred at 5 p.m. EST with seven Republican candidates who did not meet the top 10 criteria by Fox News Channel. The top 10 would debate at a later timeslot of 9 p.m.
Gov. Jeb Bush, Dr. Ben Carson, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie

Top 10 Republican Presidential Candidates Confirmed for Thursday's First Major Debate

The first 2016 Republican presidential debate finally has its 10 candidates following criteria set forth by Fox News Channel. The 10 names were revealed based on their rankings on the five national polls and include real estate businessman Donald Trump, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida.
Martin O'Malley

Martin O'Malley Calls for Equal Economic Rights in Puerto Rico as Island Defaults on Debt Payments

While there are no Electoral College votes from Puerto Rico, the 2016 presidential candidates have been making the outreach toward the commonwealth island. Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley became the first 2016 presidential candidate, regardless of political party, to travel to Puerto Rico to address the economic and health crisis affecting 3.6 million inhabitants.
Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush Calls for 'Rigorous' Path to Legal Status for Immigrants

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush revealed a six-point immigration plan involving border security and addressing "illegal" immigration.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus

Republicans Criticize Democratic Presidential Candidates on Climate Change's Link to Middle East Violence

The Republican National Committee (RNC) criticized Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley over his comments linking the Islamic State militant group and climate change, but his campaign was quick to fire back.
Harry Reid

Sen. Harry Reid Says Republicans Have 'No Meaningful Difference' From Donald Trump on Immigration Reform

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid lashed out at Republicans and claimed the GOP's immigration polices are "no different" than Donald Trump's opinion.
Cuba flag

US, Cuban Embassies Reopen

The U.S. and Cuba have formally re-established diplomatic relations on Monday morning with the reopening of respective embassies. Small ceremonies in Washington, D.C. and Havana marked the reopening of the Cuban and U.S. embassies, respectively. In the U.S. State Department, the Cuban flag was raised in a quiet non-ceremony with other flags recognized by the U.S.
Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush's 'People Need to Work More Hours' Comment Clarified, But Risks Latino Vote

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush raised some eyebrows on Wednesday when he suggested people should “work more hours” to improve the country’s economy.
Pablo Manriquez DNC Democratic National Committee

TURNOUT: DNC Director of Hispanic Media Says GOP Candidates' Lack of Support For Immigrants Is 'Offensive' to Latinos

With the U.S. Latino population steadily increasing, they have become a necessary electorate for political parties to draw. While Latinos have been stereotyped to be liberal or Democratic, the Democratic Party is still making the effort to work for their vote.
Jeb Bush

Immigrant Rights Advocates Continue to Haunt Jeb Bush on Immigration Reform Stance

Immigrant rights advocates have announced they will continue to protest at presidential candidates’ events as they want a pathway to citizenship for immigrants currently in the U.S.
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