If Republicans were to consistently draw just over 30 percent of the Hispanic vote, they would likely dominate American politics in both presidential and congressional races.
Before I defend that claim, let me point to a similar statement made 30 years ago about the Black vote.
In the Spring 1992 issue of the academic journal Political Science Quarterly (PSQ), three political scientists... Read more
Priscila Coronado, 24, born and raised in California, is making history as she heads a law journal whose first Black president was Barack Obama in 1990.
The Harvard Law Review has named a California-born daughter of Mexican immigrants as its newest president, elevating a Latina to the top of one of the most prestigious U.S. law journals for the first time... Read more
Sen. Mike Rounds of South Dakota said the party risks losing credibility and voters if Trump is allowed to undermine trust in the democratic process.
U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds of South Dakota has been telling people for the last year that the 2020 election was fair, but this week he did something few other Republicans have dared — tell a national audience that.
Now... Read more
Texas, Florida, and California are the best states for minorities to find financial success.
The data encompasses results from the previous 5 years - including private surveys and big data generated from the U.S. Census Bureau - making it the most comprehensive study on the relationship between ethnicity and money to date. The results reveal which U.S. Cities and States offer... Read more
Democrats have a golden opportunity to set a foundation to own the Latino votes for generations. The question is, will they seize it?
At first glance, a recent Wall Street Journal poll proclaiming that Latino voters are “now evenly split between parties” would appear to be a ground-breaking discovery. But as with many polls that tend to underrepresent the country’s largest ethnic voting bloc... Read more