Voters In Super Tuesday States Cast Their Ballots

The Hispanic Vote in New Mexico, Home to U.S. First Latina Governor, Reaches New Highs for 2016 Election

New Mexico will be among a handful of primary states voting next Tuesday, and one of the leading non-partisan Latino organizations predict Latinos will have a high turnout come the general election in November.
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Latino Voter Turnout to Hit Over 13 Million on Election Day 2016

The Latino vote has been called "decisive" in the presidential election, and one organization is projecting record voter turnout by the group this November.
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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Over 194,000 Nevada Latinos Registered to Vote in 2016 Election, Says NALEO Analysis

More than 194,000 registered Latino voters are expected to participate in the upcoming Nevada caucus.
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California Expands Voter Registration, May Boost Latinos' Voter Engagement

Latinos are commending California’s elected officials for modernizing the state's motor voter registration system, which will likely increase the registered voter rate.
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National Latino Organizations Condemn Calls to End Birthright Citizenship

National Latino organizations have criticized the GOP effort to repeal birthright citizenship from the U.S. Constitution.
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U.S. Rep. Xavier Becerra Receives NALEO Award for Public, Latino Service Nationwide

U.S. Rep. Xavier Becerra this week received the Edward R. Roybal Award for Outstanding Public Service, an honor for individuals who have committed themselves to public service across the U.S. and the Latino community.
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Californians Elect First Latino Secretary of State with State Senator Alex Padilla

Californian voters elected its first Latino Secretary of State on Election Day. The newly elected Secretary of State is Alex Padilla, a state senator for California's 20th District, the San Fernando Valley.
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