WASHINGTON ? Latino groups across the country are launching into the final stages of an extensive ground campaign to mobilize Latino voters, pushing last-minute registration efforts and early voting in key battleground states.
A spike in Latino voter registration in 2016 could deal a decisive blow to Donald Trump’s presidential bid, especially in battleground states with large Latino populations like Florida and Nevada.
One of the nation's largest Latino civic groups claims that it has helped register more than 100,000 new voters, a key milestone announced as voter registration deadlines are nearing in several states. In an effort that got underway...
All eyes are on the battle over early voting in Ohio right now, but while you weren’t looking, a Romney campaign effort to challenge voter registration in Virginia — a key swing state — has been dealt a setback. Read full article >>
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton could run up an "insurmountable lead" in Florida, North Carolina and Nevada ahead of Election Day because of early voting, effectively deciding the outcome of those battleground states...
“As Republicans across the country mount an aggressive effort to tighten voting laws, a group of former aides to President Obama and President Bill Clinton is pledging to counter by spending up to $10 million on a push to make [...]