The LIBRE Initiative Believes Latinos will Define the Future of US Politics

The LIBRE Initiative Believes Latinos will Define the Future of US Politics

24/08/2021Por Lila Abed (Washington DC)
"I think that Governor DeSantis and Senator Marco Rubio will be reelected in 2022,", says Director of Public Affairs at The LIBRE Initiative, César Grajales.
Democrats should 'tell authentic stories' to reach Latinos, says former Bernie Sanders advisor

Democrats should 'tell authentic stories' to reach Latinos, says former Bernie Sanders advisor

24/08/2021Por B. Debusmann (Washington DC)
Junelle Cavero Harnal, a former advisor to Bernie Sanders and Head of Political at H Code, believes that an effort to explain why policies matter to Latino households will help the Democrats gain their support in upcoming elections.
"Latinos were undercounted in the Census," says expert.

"Latinos were undercounted in the Census," says expert.

23/08/2021Por Lila Abed (Washington DC)
"The Arizona legislature is trying to suppress the Latino vote because they see the trends that Latinos continue to gain more numbers and therefore more political clout," Joseph Garcia, Director of Public Affairs and International Relations at Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC) .
Time to end 'dynastic politics' in the Bronx, council candidate says

Time to end 'dynastic politics' in the Bronx, council candidate says

23/08/2021Por B. Debusmann (Washington DC)
Marcos Sierra says that ending political dynasties from affluent areas of the borough will help attract new Latino and African American voters.
Meet Baltimore's first - and only - Latina city councilperson

Meet Baltimore's first - and only - Latina city councilperson

20/08/2021Por B. Debusmann (Washington DC)
Councilwoman Odette Ramos believes that the city's growing Latino population will become increasingly active in local politics.
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Latino vote 'critical' in Rhode Island, says Secretary of State

Latino vote 'critical' in Rhode Island, says Secretary of State

20/08/2021Por Patricia Guadalupe (Washington DC)
Nellie Margarita Gorbea is the first Latina - man or woman - elected to statewide office in all of New England. If elected, she may now become the first Puerto Rican governor in the United States.
"The Taliban are seeking international support"

"The Taliban are seeking international support"

18/08/2021Por Augusto Taglioni
LPO spoke with Middle East specialist Ezekiel Kopel about the Taliban's return to power in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan disaster hits Key Biden Adviser for Latin America

Afghanistan disaster hits Key Biden Adviser for Latin America

17/08/2021Por Milton Merlo (Mexico City)
Jack Sullivan, the White House National Security Adviser, is exposed with the crisis in Kabul. More on the views of Mexican generals.
"The political force of Latinos grows each year in California," says expert.

"The political force of Latinos grows each year in California," says expert.

17/08/2021Por Lila Abed (Washington DC)
"In California we are 15.6 million Latinos living in the state. We are a huge social and political force, so it is very important that Latinos participate in elections," says Senior Policy Manager at Latino Community Foundation, Eduardo Garcia.
New York's only Socialist candidate takes aim at rivals' pro-police messaging

New York's only Socialist candidate takes aim at rivals' pro-police messaging

13/08/2021Por B. Debusmann (Washington DC)
Colombian American Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) activist Cathy Rojas is only openly socialist candidate on the ballot in New York City.