The Democratic Party has traditionally counted on substantial support from Latino voters, but this year Hispanics are very divided between Sen. John Kerry and Republican George W. Bush, according to a poll released Tuesday.
New Mexico, which carries five electoral college votes out of a total 538, is home to many Hispanic voters.
That California's massive electoral vote total is a foregone conclusion allows the candidates of the major U.S. political parties to sidestep the most volatile issue in the state: immigration.
The head of the nation's oldest Latino civil rights organization complained Thursday that the presidential candidates are not speaking out enough on topics of interest to Hispanics.
Coors, Salazar vie for a seat that could tip the balance of power in the Senate.
The Hispanic market is hot, and that heat is starting to attract the big-money investors -- private equity firms.
Widely considered the most aggressive and cocky of the Z-Boys, Tony Alva found himself on the cover of just about every skateboarding magazine. In 1977, at age 19, he blew off sponsorships from established skateboard manufacturers and started his own company.
The $450,000 TV and radio campaign, called "No Mas Cruces en la Frontera," is being test-marketed in Atlanta, Phoenix and Tucson, Ariz., before wider release in the United States. The ads appeared on Spanish-language media through September.
"Maya & Miguel" and the "Arthur" spinoff "Postcards From Buster" are the latest entries in the growing "PBS Kids Go!" block of programming for elementary school-age viewers.
The voice of suburban Hispanics just got stronger.
The Coconut Grove-based Spanish Broadcasting System has forged a strategic alliance with the media giant Viacom in hopes of boosting its own national profile.
From the current issue of Hispanic Business Magazine...
Rapidly increasing homeownership in the Hispanic economy is helping fuel business expansion as a growing number of Hispanics tap into their home equity to fund entrepreneurial ventures.
Republican proposals include health plan co-ops, education initiatives, and immigration reform. The Democratic platform offers tax credits, education initiatives, and immigration reform.
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