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By Mark R. Day La Prensa San Diego How did a group of Latino activists celebrate on Nov. 6 after working for nearly two months to get out the Latino vote in Escondido? For one thing, they danced La…

By Katherine Leal Unmuth Latino Ed Beat Education hasn’t been one of the top issues being discussed in the run up to the presidential election. But for Latino voters, it is perhaps the most important issue. A recent survey…

By Lauren Feeney BillMoyers.com More Latinos are expected to go to the polls this year than ever before, and their vote could be decisive in the presidential election. We reached out to Sylvia Manzano of Latino Decisions, a leading…

LatinaLista — In the aftermath of the 2008 presidential election, Republicans are beginning to regroup and strategize how to carry their party forward. Yet, though it’s recognized that Latino voters pushed Obama’s victory in several key states, Republicans have…

LatinaLista — It’s only been hours since Barack Obama won the U.S. presidency but there is already speculation among political pundits, and Latinos ourselves, as to how much the Latino vote actually helped Obama win. What we know is…