A step up from vice chairman, Rep. Xavier Becerra was tapped in unanimous consent to serve now as chairman to the House Democratic Caucus for the 113th Congress.
President Barack Obama’s re-election showing among youth was slightly down from what it was in 2008—and yet it may have been even more important than ever.
With all the Arizona ballots counted, former U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona loses to Congressman Jeff Flake by 3 points in the U.S. Senate race.
Just two weeks since his shellacking by Latino voters in the presidential election, Mitt Romney continues to insult this important demographic.
VOXXI’s Emilio C. Sánchez discussed how Hispanic media must be a strong voice for Latinos that defends their interests and portrayals in the media.
Barack Obama carried the Florida vote for the second consecutive election. He is the only Democratic Party candidate to win the Florida vote more than once
At 5:30 a.m. on Election Day in Manassas, Virginia, I set up my Voter Protection Stand at a Manassas schoolhouse. As part of the largest Voter Protection
Latino voters took those words to heart. Apparently, they live by a creed: When politicians use the immigration issue to make you feel like a second-class
Barack Obama retained enough support from key elements of his base to win reelection, even as he lost ground nationally since 2008.
President Barack Obama won a historic share of Cuban American ballots in Florida this week, challenging the Republican Party