Amid push for support, Biden nominates three Latinos to key judicial roles

Amid push for support, Biden nominates three Latinos to key judicial roles

09/10/2021By Bernd Debusmann
The nominations come at a time in which Biden is actively reaching out to Latino communities across the country
US will focus HLED talks on immigration

US will focus HLED talks on immigration

09/08/2021By Lila Abed
After a gap of four years, the Biden administration will restart the High-level Economic Dialogue (HLED) between Mexico and the United States in Washington DC on Thursday.
California Republican Larry Elder reaches out to Latinos ahead of recall election

California Republican Larry Elder reaches out to Latinos ahead of recall election

09/03/2021By Bernd Debusmann
Larry Elder has been focusing heavily on education in his bid to woo Latino voters away from Gavin Newsom.
Despite Latino and Republican objections, Illinois Dems pass new legislative map

Despite Latino and Republican objections, Illinois Dems pass new legislative map

09/01/2021By Bernd Debusmann
Ahead of Tuesday's vote, several prominent Latinos and Latino organizations had voiced their objections to the process, arguing that that the maps were unconstitutional because they largely relied on data from the American Community Survey rather than the 2020 census.
Inside Illinois' redistricting battle

Inside Illinois' redistricting battle

08/30/2021By Bernd Debusmann
The Illinois House and Senate are expected to meet in Springfield on Tuesday for a one-day special session to redraw state legislative district maps for a second time.
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With recall looming, California GOP takes aim at Gavin Newsom

With recall looming, California GOP takes aim at Gavin Newsom

08/27/2021By Bernd Debusmann
The California Republican Party this week filed a complaint alleging that Newsom failed to report over $3 million in interests.
Latino Democrats throw support behind voting rights bill

Latino Democrats throw support behind voting rights bill

08/26/2021By Bernd Debusmann
The John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act is expected to meet stiff resistance in the Senate.
Time to end 'dynastic politics' in the Bronx, council candidate says

Time to end 'dynastic politics' in the Bronx, council candidate says

08/20/2021By Bernd Debusmann
Marcos Sierra says that ending political dynasties from affluent areas of the borough will help attract new Latino and African American voters.
Meet Baltimore's first - and only - Latina city councilperson

Meet Baltimore's first - and only - Latina city councilperson

08/19/2021By Bernd Debusmann
Councilwoman Odette Ramos believes that the city's growing Latino population will become increasingly active in local politics.
Latino vote 'critical' in Rhode Island, says Secretary of State

Latino vote 'critical' in Rhode Island, says Secretary of State

08/18/2021By Patricia Guadalupe
Nellie Margarita Gorbea is the first hispanic elected to statewide office in all of New England. If elected, she may now become the first Puerto Rican governor in the United States.