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Latino Civil, Political Groups Lash Out Against Donald Trump's Attacks on Judge Gonzalo Curiel

Prominent Latinos and Latino groups are fed up with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s comments about the Mexican American judge taking on the Trump University alleged fraud case.
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Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign Taps Latino Victory Project President to Strengthen Their Voter Outreach

Further signaling her focus on the general election against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton has tapped on Cristóbal J. Alex as her campaign's deputy director of voter outreach and mobilization.
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Immigrant Rights Groups Launch Multi-Million Dollar Campaign to Mobilize Key Immigrant Electorate

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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Ted Cruz Hopes His Cuban-American Roots Resonate Among Latinos in Florida

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is hoping his Cuban American roots will pay dividends for him in the upcoming Florida primary.
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Latino Leaders Hammer on Bernie Sanders' Immigration Record

Ahead of Saturday’s Nevada caucus, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton received the endorsements of prominent Latino leaders, who also hammered on Bernie Sanders’ immigration track record.
Latino Voters Still Prefer Democrat Congressional Candidates During Midterm Elections, Based on Exit Polls

Latino Civic Engagement Groups Unite to Mobilize Millions of Unregistered Latino Voters

A coalition of national Latino civic engagement organizations have united to further engage Latinos to vote.
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Maná Announces 'Latino Power Tour' to Get Latinos to Vote

The popular band is using their celebrity platform to encourage Latinos to participate in the upcoming presidential elections.
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Latino Leaders Rally Against Hateful Campaign Rhetoric Ahead GOP Debate

Ahead of Tuesday evening’s Republican presidential debate, Latino advocates and groups are further dissecting the GOP’s “extreme” and “hateful” rhetoric on the campaign trail.
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Supreme Court Case May Risk 55 Percent of Latinos' Representation

Latino politicians and advocacy groups have urged the U.S. Supreme Court to rule in favor of a case that may affect the almost 55 percent of the Latino population.
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Latino Groups Blast GOP Candidates Over Immigration, Minimum Wage Platforms

Following the fourth Republican presidential primary debate, Latino civic engagement groups are criticizing the candidates’ stance on immigration reform and the economy.
Latino Victory Project President Cristobal J. Alex.

TURNOUT: Latino Victory Project President Cristóbal Alex Says Latinos Are 'Deciding Factor' in Elections

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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Eva Longoria, Latino Victory Project Co-Founder, Discusses ‪#‎TheFirsts Campaign [Video]

The Eva Longoria-spearheaded non-partisan organization Latino Victory Project has launched the powerful and thoughtful ‪#‎TheFirsts Campaign today, which seeks to honor and celebrate the achievements of Latino pioneers.
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Partisan Latino Groups Fail to Compromise Despite Growing Anti-Immigration Rhetoric in Congress

Latinos are a diverse community, and hundreds of individuals and organizations have aimed to represent each one of them. While many Latino-based organization may agree on an issue, political beliefs may ultimately dwindle opportunities of cooperation.
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Eva Longoria Talks Latinos in Politics Following RNC Attack on Latino Victory Project

In about two years, the United States will say goodbye to its first black president. Will the country make history again and choose another minority leader? Actress and political activist Eva Longoria certainly thinks so.
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