The 13 most amazing findings in the 2016 exit poll
Latino Early Vote Surges From Florida to Nevada
Latino voters are already showing up to vote this election and could cast ballots in larger numbers than Democrats saw in recent elections. On a call with reporters Friday, Latino Decisions– a polling group focused on Hispanic voting patters– said that Latino turnout is on track to make history next week. On the call, Gabriel Sanchez, a principal at Latino Decisions, pointed to early voting trends that show Latino early voting is up 100 percent in Florida, 60 percent in North Carolina and up 25 percent in Colorado and Nevada. Sanchez said at this point, Latino Decisions is projecting that between 13.1 million and 14.7 million Latinos will vote on or before Tuesday– a major increase from 2012 numbers when the group estimated 11.2 million voted. The numbers are a good sign for Hillary Clinton who has seen the race tighten in recent days. Latino Decisions is estimating– using their own turnout predictor– that Clinton is on track to capture 79 percent of the Latino vote. Trump, on the other hand, is expected to garner only 18 percent (almost 10 points down from Romney's 27 percent performance.)
Hillary Clinton Appears to Gain Late Momentum on Surge of Latino Voters
‘The FBI is Trumpland: anti-Clinton atmosphere spurred leaking, sources say
Highly unfavorable view of Hillary Clinton intensified after James Comey’s decision not to recommend an indictment over her use of a private email server. Deep antipathy to Hillary Clinton exists within the FBI, multiple bureau sources have told the Guardian, spurring a rapid series of leaks damaging to her campaign just days before the election.
Poll: Trump deeply unpopular among Latinos, who favor Clinton by more than 3 to 1
Hillary Clinton maintains a nearly 50-percentage-point lead among Hispanic voters in a new Washington Post-Univision News poll, with Donald Trump’s deep unpopularity raising questions about how much his candidacy has hampered Republicans’ long-term chances to win back support from the nation’s largest minority-group voting bloc.Congressional Republicans’ struggles suggest the party may need to shift on some issues to overcome Hispanics’ tilt toward Democrats.
Clinton to Latino organizers: Lets prove Jan Brewer wrong with record turnout
Finally, A Debate On Immigration Reform
Group Wants Veterans’ Deportations Addressed in Presidential Debate
Major Latino Group To Endorse Clinton Ahead Of Final Las Vegas Debate
Clinton’s millennial problem extends to Latinos, poll finds
In historic first, Arizona Republic backs a Democrat for president, citing Trump’s deep character flaws
What Does Immigration Actually Cost Us?
Poll: Clinton Has Huge Lead Over Trump With Latinos
Hillary Clinton Retains Lead Over Donald Trump With Hispanic Voters
Hillary Clinton is maintaining her lopsided lead among Hispanic voters, and Donald Trump remains widely disliked among this fast-growing slice of the electorate, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Telemundo survey finds.
Trump distorts Clintons immigration position in pitch to grieving families
"Hillary Clinton is the first person in history to run for the presidency who is proposing to abolish the borders around the country that she is supposed to protect," Trump said.
Clinton rips Trump on birtherism before Hispanic group
Hillary Clinton on Thursday accused rival Donald Trump of fostering ugliness and bigotry by refusing to acknowledge President Barack Obama was born in the United States, and urged Hispanic leaders to stoke a large voter turnout in November’s election.
Sorry folks, there is just no evidence of an enthusiasm gap for Hillary with Latino voters
Reporters seem obsessed with Hillary Clinton's unfavorables and they think they've found her weakness among Latinos too: Her 70 to 19 percent advantage over Trump is weak. Why? Because Trump, of course. How come she isn't polling higher? Nate Cohn's...
Poll: Clinton leads Trump among Hispanics, but not by as much as you might think
Clinton is not doing better than previous Democrats with Latinos — even against Trump
As she gains in polls, Clinton seeks Latino support in unusual places
New Clinton Effort Tries to Tap the Power of Dreamers
Presidential Polls 2016: Hillary Clinton Tops Donald in all 12 Swing States Among Latino Voters
Hillary Clinton's lead over Donald Trump among Latino voters has become so pronounced if the election were held today the Democratic presidential nominee would sweep her rival in all 12 "battleground" states.
Some Immigrant Rights Activists Remain Distrustful Of Hillary Clinton
Why some Latinos are disappointed with Tim Kaine as Clinton VP pick
“I’m disappointed she didn’t pick a Latino,” says Arturo Vargas, executive director of the non-partisan National Association of Elected and Appointed Latino Officials, NALEO, which represents more than 6,200 members.He argues that many well-qualified Latinos have been passed over for the VP spot even after they were interviewed for the job.
In a First, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Endorses Clinton for President
The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton, the group's first-ever endorsement for a presidential nominee and a rebuke of Republican Donald Trump in the middle of his party's convention.