March 7th, 2012
Super Martes is over with few surprises. Mitt Romney won most of the primaries and caucuses. Rick Santorum managed some small victories that allow him to remain a viable candidate. Newt Gingrich won one state, Georgia and rumors are that the other candidates will push him to drop out. Perpetual outsider Ron Paul didn’t win anything but remained ever optimistic.
Read my op-ed over at El Diario la Prensa NY on why the results hold little weight for the Latino electorate and share your thoughts.
October 21st, 2008
With two weeks before elections day, the focus on key voting blocs intensifies, and Latino voters represent part of that. Much of the attention to the Latino vote and Latino issues (because we don’t want the same things that other voters want like a better economy, health care, apparently)is happening in Spanish and through the Spanish language media (because apparently we all speak Spanish).
Los Angeles’ La Opinión and New York’s El Diario/La Prensa, two of the nation’s oldest Spanish-language dailies, made public their endorsements of the Democratic candidate on Friday.