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Will Latina Voices Be Heard on Election Day?

By Maria Elena Perez, National Institute of Reproductive Health As we come to yet another important election season, in which our basic right to choose...

Colorado DREAMers to Access In-State Tuition

Yesterday at Metropolitan State University in Denver, Colorado’s Governor John Hickenlooper signed into law Senate Bill 33, also known as the ASSET bill,  granting...

Katherine Archuleta, Obama Political Director: Latinos Have Arrived

For Katherine Archuleta, the road to the presidential campaign trail in 2012 started back in Denver, Colorado when she said her passion for Latinos,...

César Chávez Holiday: Lessons in Divide and Conquer Politics

The question of Latino leadership and role models is raised more and more as political power and demographic dynamics shift in the United States....

Obama’s Latino Vote Strategy, Talking with National Vote Director Adrian Saenz

Adrian Saenz worked as the Latino Vote Director for President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign in 2012. And while Saenz is quick to say that...

Colorado Affirms Blue State Status on Civil Unions and Gun Background...

The Rocky Mountain state of Colorado, which went into the Democratic column for President Obama in 2008 and in 2012, continues its progressive agenda...

Opinion: GOP Image Toxic with Hispanics

By Juan Williams Before listening to the President’s big push for immigration reform in his State of the Union address, take a look at the...

Secretary Salazar to leave administration, leaving no Latinos in Cabinet

Secretary Ken Salazar has announced that he will leave the administration in March and return to his home in Colorado. His departure means that...

Legalizing Marijuana: Will Colorado End the Drug War?

The recent legalization of marijuana in Colorado and Washington State is an important development for both political and policy reasons. In Washington, Initiative 502 passed...

The Latino Vote: Obama, the Economy, Hate and Democrats

Latino voters accounted for 10% of the voting population in the 2012 election, up from 2008, and in several races these voters proved to...