Top Trump official explains how to win Latino vote

Top Trump official explains how to win Latino vote

07/02/2021By B. Debusmann and P. Manriquez
Republicans believe that a blue-collar, conservative message will continue to resonate with many Latinos in 2022 and 2024.
Hispanic voters made up a quarter of the turnout in California recall election

Hispanic voters made up a quarter of the turnout in California recall election

09/15/2021By Lila Abed
California governor Gavin Newsom survived a recall election this Tuesday, securing a double-digit victory with two-thirds of the votes counted.
In push for Latinos, Biden focuses on education

In push for Latinos, Biden focuses on education

09/14/2021By Bernd Debusmann
The White House is focusing on educational opportunities for Latinos ahead of upcoming elections.
Hala Ayala could become the first female lieutenant governor of Virginia

Hala Ayala could become the first female lieutenant governor of Virginia

09/14/2021By Lila Abed
The daughter of a Salvadorian and North African immigrant father and an Irish and Lebanese mother, Hala Ayala won the Democratic Party nomination for lieutenant governor in June, beating five opponents for the state's second-highest office.
Boston: Kim Janey receives key Latino endorsement

Boston: Kim Janey receives key Latino endorsement

09/09/2021By Bernd Debusmann
Former candidate Jon Santiago dropped out of the race in July.
Competition for Latinos heats up as Boston heads towards election

Competition for Latinos heats up as Boston heads towards election

09/07/2021By Bernd Debusmann
Boston's Latino population now comprises just over 130,000 people - or 16% of all Latinos in the state of Massachusetts.
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Biden administration is weak against leftist regimes in Latin America, says RNC director

Biden administration is weak against leftist regimes in Latin America, says RNC director

09/03/2021By Lila Abed
Hispanic Director of Communications for the RNC, Jaime Florez, told LPO, "The RNC is concerned that the Democratic Party's leftist and most radical wing is exerting a lot of influence.
Many Latinos can't vote in Virginia, says councilman David Farajollahi

Many Latinos can't vote in Virginia, says councilman David Farajollahi

08/31/2021By Lila Abed
In January, councilman David Farajollahi made history by becoming the first Hispanic and Persian to serve on city council in Manassas, Virginia.
California Latinos split on Newsom recall election

California Latinos split on Newsom recall election

08/31/2021By Bernd Debusmann
Some prominent Latino politicians are calling for Latinos to back Gavin Newsom amid slipping support among the community.
 First Latino ever to serve on the Alexandria City Council seeks reelection

First Latino ever to serve on the Alexandria City Council seeks reelection

08/26/2021By Lila Abed
Councilman Canek Aguirre, who is originally from Los Angeles and the son of Mexican immigrants from the state of Puebla, stands out as a progressive leader focused on improving the lives of all Alexandrians.
"Biden is the root cause of migration," says RNHA President

"Biden is the root cause of migration," says RNHA President

08/26/2021By Lila Abed
In an exclusive interview with LPO, the National Chairwoman of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly (RNHA), Betty Cardenas, discussed the RNHA's outreach strategy for engaging the Latino community and why Republicans will win the midterm elections next year.