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A century and a half of Latino responses to anti-Mexican politics

By Raúl A. Ramos Bad hombres, rigged elections and dangerous immigrants sound like themes from … Continue reading

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America’s Immigration Quagmire: Why Trump should back off from his stance on illegal immigration

By Richard A. Epstein America’s immigration problem raises a huge set of thorny issues. At … Continue reading

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Fulfilling the Promise of Community College: The ASAP Demonstrations

By Susan Dynarski and Meghan Oster Community colleges, which enroll nearly 40 percent of undergraduates, … Continue reading

If we hire them, they will come: The demand side of border security

by Jay Root, Jolie McCullough and Julián Aguilar,  Texas Tribune A fundamental truth underlies the … Continue reading

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Some places that put Trump over the top could be most harmed by repealing Obamacare

By Philip Bump With Donald Trump headed to the White House, Republicans on Capitol Hill … Continue reading

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Why states are facing unexpected Medicaid costs in 2017

By Michael Ollove,  The Pew Charitable Trusts Drug Prices, Senior Programs May Deliver Blow to … Continue reading

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Austin, Texas, and Washington, D.C., literally out of sync

 by Ross Ramsey,  Texas Tribune Editor’s note: If you’d like an email notice whenever we … Continue reading

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Is it Fake News, Voter Fraud or “Identity Politics”? It’s a Mix of All

By Alex Gonzalez This is what happens when voters get their news from “fake news” … Continue reading


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logoLatinos Ready To Vote (LRTV)  to is an organization dedicated to promote voter Registration among Latino Americans, naturalize Legal Permanent Residents in Latino communities and promote Conservative Principles. We will work to inform Latinos on issues important to them and their community.  Moreover, we will inform them about the benefits of civic engagement to ensure that we, as Americans citizens, have an equal access to legal political rights and representation in all branches of state and federal government.  We know that the Latino community is becoming a strong voting bloc.  Hence,  we encourage Latinos to register to vote and learn about the issues salient to the  community and America, such as education, jobs, the economy, immigration, and the broken entitlements system  (i.e. Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid) that will hurt future generation of Americans.  Therefore, we seek to encourage all  Latinos in America to participate in their community and in America, through civic engagement, success in education, successful entrepreneurship, and participate in the political process by voting.

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Clinton wins Latino vote, but falls below 2012 support for Obama

By Jens Manuel Krogstad and Mark Hugo Lopez Hillary Clinton won 65% of Latino voters … Continue reading

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Mexican-Americans Are Reshaping the Electoral Map In Arizona — And The U.S.

By Farai Chideya In an office suite not far from the airport, Irma Maldonado, 18, … Continue reading

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Democrats Maintain Edge as Party ‘More Concerned’ for Latinos

 By Mark Hugo Lopez, Ana Gonzalez-Barrera, Jens Manuel Krogstad and Gustavo López, Pew Hispanic Center … Continue reading

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Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Immigration

The National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine Immigration’s Long-Term Impacts on Overall Wages and Employment … Continue reading

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The changing composition of the political parties

Pew Research Center Over the past quarter-century, the demographic profile of the U.S. has been … Continue reading

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Is it Fake News, Voter Fraud or “Identity Politics”? It’s a Mix of All

By Alex Gonzalez This is what happens when voters get their news from “fake news” … Continue reading

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Why Michael McCaul of Texas will be a good pick for DHS Secretary

By Alex Gonzalez Texas Republican and Homeland Security Chairman in the House Rep. Michael  McCaul … Continue reading

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Three charts that show how Latinos voted in 2016 -2012 state-by-state

By Alex Gonzalez These are three charts showing how Latinos voted state-by-state. Based on CNN … Continue reading

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UT/Texas Tribune Poll: Hispanic Voters

By Alex Gonzalez Here are three charts from the crosstabs UT/Texas Tribune poll released last … Continue reading

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The Latino Vote in Battleground States in 6 Charts

By Alex Gonzalez The Latino population may decide which way Arizona & Nevada swing this … Continue reading