by Adrian D. Pantoja, Ph.D. The 2016 presidential election marks a turning in the history of Latino politics in Florida. According to the latest battleground poll by the National Association of Latino Elected Officials (NALEO) and Latino...Show More Summary
by Adrian D. Pantoja, Ph.D. This week, in collaboration with the National Association of Latino Elected Officials Education Fund and Telemundo Noticias, Latino Decisions launched its 2016 weekly tracking poll of the Latino electorate. Show More Summary
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) headlined a major gathering of Latino elected officials Thursday, hitting his usual talking points of immigration reform, economic issues and education. But what made this year’s National Association of Latino...Show More Summary
Just a day after conceding that he was unlikely to become the Democratic Party's presidential nominee, Bernie Sanders was back on the campaign trail. The morning session of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials' annual D.C. conference was treated like any other candidate event, with Secret Service agents poring over the bags of lawmakers, […]
The executive director of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials called the expected absence of the two leading presidential candidates at the largest annual gathering of Hispanic policy makers next week "truly a slap in the face to the community."
Registration among Latino voters is skyrocketing in an election cycle dominated by Donald Trump and loud GOP cries to close the border. Arturo Vargas, executive director of the National Association of Elected and Appointed OfficialsShow More Summary
The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, a bipartisan group, has estimated that at least 13.1 million Latinos will vote in November, a 17 percent increase over their turnout in the 2012 presidential electi...
Speaking from the annual National Association of Latino Elected Officials conference in Las Vegas on Thursday, Hillary Clinton echoed the words of President Barack Obama by saying the mass shooting at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina means the country must face “hard truths about race, violence, guns and division."
Only one Republican presidential candidate reportedly made an appearance at the 32 nd annual National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) convention, despite Republican National Committee and several GOP presidential hopefuls committing to reach out to Hispanic Americans. Show More Summary
Texting is pretty easy. Voting can be harder. So a bunch of noteworthy organizations — the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, National Association of Latino Appointed and Elected Officials Education Fund, New Organizing Institute,...Show More Summary
Kristian Ramos, New Democrat Network: Mitt Romney has unveiled his immigration platform and it is the definition of anti-climactic. Romney's speech at the National Association of Latino Elected Official's (NALEO) conference had beenShow More Summary
Jon Stewart mocked Romney and Obama's attempts to pander to Latino voters at a recent NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials)...
The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, which last week hosted President Barack Obama and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, had its own take on Monday's Supreme Court ruling. NALEO is nonpartisan, and here's its view: “NALEO...
Romney's speech at the National Association of Latino Elected Official's (NALEO) conference had been billed as an opportunity for a candidate, who is struggling to connect with Hispanic voters, to re-orient his message to this core voting block. He did not.
Imagine if Bush had insulted his Latino guests like this. Latinos with forks, that seems to be Obama’s newest fear. At least, that’s the case judging from his actions at this years National Association of Latino Elected Officials (NALEO) luncheon since Obama had the Secret Service confiscate all the dinner forks from the participants at [...]
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney appeared before a conference of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials. Moody’s cut the credit rating of 15 major banks, including Bank of America and Citigroup. And the WhiteShow More Summary
Said National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials board member Raquel Regalado to the delegates at its annual conference. Is this a special Secret Service rule applied to Latinos? Or is this just the first time somebody...Show More Summary
Compared to Obama's rousing speech on immigration today, Romney's speech yesterday drew only faint applause in front of the same group, the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials. Signing the executive order with key parts of the DREAM Act has given Obama a big advantage with Latino voters. Show More Summary
Yesterday, Mitt Romney told the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials that crafting a permanent, comprehensive immigration policy is difficult, but he's ready to work on it. This morning, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said the issue is "truly complicated," an …
President Obama pointed out the vacuousness of Romeny’s position while speaking to the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO). The President rebutted Romney’s assertions that he hadn’t done anything on immigration. Show More Summary