I voted for the first time in the 1988 election. I still remember entering the voting booth, full of nerves. I also remember the thrill of finally getting to do what so many around the world never get to do -- participate in their government.
Not to be too dramatic about it, but the freedom to vote was part of the reason my parents left Cuba in the 1960s for the United States.
WASHINGTON ? President Barack Obama on Wednesday said that anyone who votes for a third party candidate or does not vote in the November election is supporting Donald Trump. “If you don’t vote that’s a vote for Trump. If you vote fo...
By Jill Stein What did Latinos get for their vote against the fear of George Bush? Racist, anti-immigrant policies that terrorize entire communities, destroy families and deport millions. This time, they can vote for real change.
Since President Obama has decided not to move forward with any immigration-reform work until the midterm elections are over, voter-advocacy groups are finding it hard to get disappointed Latinos to the voting booths this fall.
Taco trucks of Houston, Texas have joined together to become voter registration booths. Earlier this month, Latinos for Trump founder Marco Gutierrez warned that there would be “taco trucks on every corner” if Donald Trump lost the ...