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  • Anyone but Trump: 2 out of 3 Latinos will vote for the Democratic candidate, even if they don’t know yet who that would be
    Anyone but Trump: 2 out of 3 Latinos will vote for the Democratic candidate, even if they don’t know yet who that would be

    Anyone but Trump: 2 out of 3 Latinos will vote for the Democratic candidate, even if they don’t know yet who that would be

    An exclusive Univision Noticias poll shows the president has a long road ahead to win the support of the Hispanic community for the 2020 election.
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    Daniel Morcate
  • Republican Attacks To Health Care System Threaten Health Care Coverage For Millions
    Republican Attacks To Health Care System Threaten Health Care Coverage For Millions

    Republican Attacks To Health Care System Threaten Health Care Coverage For Millions

    “The elimination of our current health care laws would gravely harm Americans from every walk of life.”
    Charles E. Schumer (D-NY), Senate Democratic Leader.
  • Republicans in Florida ahead with older Hispanic voters - poll
    Republicans in Florida ahead with older Hispanic voters - poll

    Republicans in Florida ahead with older Hispanic voters - poll

    A poll by Univision and the AARP shows the incumbent Democratic Party Senator Bill Nelson could be in trouble in November election.
    David C Adams
  • Why do Hispanic evangelicals still support Donald Trump?
    Why do Hispanic evangelicals still support Donald Trump?

    Why do Hispanic evangelicals still support Donald Trump?

    Hispanic evangelicals are more socially conservative, they support Israel and immigration is not the number one concern for most of them. Also, while immigration reform is badly needed, Hispanic evangelicals, know first-hand the importance of the rule of law at our border.
    Rev. Samuel Rodríguez
  • Ex-felons begin registering to vote in Florida, possibly making a difference in 2020
    Ex-felons begin registering to vote in Florida, possibly making a difference in 2020

    Ex-felons begin registering to vote in Florida, possibly making a difference in 2020

    In November, voters approved a constitutional amendment restoring the right to vote for convicted felons who have completed their sentences. There are 1.4 million of them and studies indicate they lean heavily to the Democratic Party. At least 180,000 are Hispanic. Univision accompanied one of them as she registered on Tuesday in Miami.
    David C Adams
  • Younger, more diverse voters could determine outcome in Florida elections
    Younger, more diverse voters could determine outcome in Florida elections

    Younger, more diverse voters could determine outcome in Florida elections

    A growing segment of younger voters who are not affiliated to either party could be key in this swing state with a history of close elections.
    David C Adams
  • Early voting is way up, so what does the data reveal?
    Early voting is way up, so what does the data reveal?

    Early voting is way up, so what does the data reveal?

    Early voting is well underway in 38 states, and political campaigns and election watchers are monitoring daily updates of how many people have voted, where, and what age and race are they?
    David C Adams
  • First Hispanic Democratic Chairman at Odds with Hispanics View on Abortion
    First Hispanic Democratic Chairman at Odds with Hispanics View on Abortion

    First Hispanic Democratic Chairman at Odds with Hispanics View on Abortion

    Tom Pérez should know that religion is deeply important for many Latinos living in the United States. And while there is public polling suggesting that Latinos are becoming a lot more open to same-sex marriage, this trend has not translated over to abortion.
    Israel Ortega
  • Do polls underestimate the Democratic Party's Latino vote?
    Do polls underestimate the Democratic Party's Latino vote?

    Do polls underestimate the Democratic Party's Latino vote?

    Mainstream polls use small, unrepresentative samples of Latino voters that tend to underestimate poorer, less educated Latino voters, making them unreliable and more biased in favor of Republican candidates.
    David C Adams
  • How a small Hispanic electorate could decide Tuesday's Georgia congressional race
    How a small Hispanic electorate could decide Tuesday's Georgia congressional race

    How a small Hispanic electorate could decide Tuesday's Georgia congressional race

    Some 20,000 Hispanic voters could decide the runoff contest in District 6, which is the most expensive election in congressional history. Democrats have not won there since 1979.
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