Millennials make up almost half of Latinos eligible to vote in 2016, according to the Pew Research Center. Yet a recent Washington Post/ABC News poll reveals that only 44 per cent of Latinos say they plan to vote in November….
As comprehensive immigration reform gains momentum, Fi2W’s Erwin de Leon asks why Asian Americans are missing from the discussion.
From politics to popular culture, 2012 was a year when Latinos in the U.S. broke into the mainstream.
Will immigration will be discussed in Tuesday’s presidential debate? Fi2W Columnist Erwin de Leon says it’s should not be ignored by the candidates, even though many immigrants themselves rank it below the economy as a priority.
A Fi2W town hall at The New School on Oct. 18 will explore the complex relationship between Latino voters and the presidential candidates.
A roundup of news from the presidential campaign and other stories from around the nation.
Fi2W commentator Erwin de Leon writes that Mitt Romney had nothing substantial to say in his speech to the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials.
Jack Tomas critiques the latest batch of Spanish-language political ads and suggests a new genre of video ads the candidates might want to consider.
With his slate of new Spanish language ads targeting Latino Voters, Mitt Romney talks about education and the economy–but totally skirts the controversial topic of immigration.
Dominican immigrants vote in their homeland’s national election on Sunday. We bring you election coverage from our partner El Diario/La Prensa.