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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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Lucy Flores, candidate for Nevada's 4th Congressional District, is helping to tackle the issues affecting many hard-working families.

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In 1991, Guillermo Linares became the first Dominican-born elected to public office in the U.S., and today he's on the campaign trail that could land him another historic achievement: the first Dominican in Congress.

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Ana Sol-Gutiérrez is the first Hispanic elected to Maryland’s legislature and has the chance to become the first Salvadoreña in Congress, where she wants to continue representing the voiceless and vulnerable.

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Iowa's Latino population is small, but it's not stopping leaders from engaging the community and amplifying their voices in the state’s upcoming caucus.

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For Joseline Peña-Melnyk, the United States is where the sky’s the limit, with endless possibilities for Latinos, and she has the opportunity to further cement herself in history as the first Dominican elected in Congress.

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Colorado House of Representatives Majority Leader Crisanta Duran has identified the Centennial State’s Latino electorate has both important and diverse and they will become a major factor in the upcoming presidential election.

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U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Javier Palomarez speaks to Latin Post about the Latino vote and GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz's latest surge in polls.

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Mi Familia Vota Executive Director Ben Monterroso told Latin Post that the Latino electorate is key for a presidential candidate to win the White House.

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According to Alfonso Aguilar, quoting President Ronald Reagan, "Latinos are Republicans. They just don't know it."

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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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With Arturo Carmona exiting Presente.org to join Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign, Presente.org named two interim co-directors, both with experience in engaging Latinos. One of the co-directors, Oscar Chacon, spoke to Latin Post about Presente.org and his duties as the long-time executive director at the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (NALACC), now known as Alianza Americas

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A political movement with Democrats, Republicans and independents has been dedicated to change the status quo and insert new politics of problem solving, and No Labels co-chair Jon Huntsman told Latin Post about the need for change, impact of millennial voters and the upcoming “Problem Solver Convention.”

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Latinos have been making monumental steps in California, including in the state's legislative body. Assemblymember Luis Alejo is among the names paving the way to improve the lives of all Californians -- including Latinos, undocumented and documented.

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AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka spoke to Latin Post about the importance of unions, its impact on immigrants and his disgust at the “racist” rhetoric made in the 2016 presidential campaign.

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