Understanding the impact of the nation’s shifting demographics on the election requires digging deeper than the numbers.
The two candidates presented starkly different views on issues deeply important to Hispanics, with President Obama finding common ground with them throughout the debate.
The Republican presidential candidate is trying to be everything to everyone, but Sam Fulwood III says being a hard-core conservative and trying to appeal to moderates isn’t working.
Pale, Male, and Stale: Comparing Diversity at the Republican Convention to the Democratic Convention
The staged display of multiculturalism at the Republican National Convention contradicts its party platform unlike the inclusiveness of the Democratic National Convention, which is reflected in its platform.
Sam Fulwood III takes the Republican Party to task for its transparent play to stir up latent racist animosities among its white male base.
Vanessa Cárdenas takes a closer look at the positions of the Romney-Ryan ticket on essential programs that benefit all Americans, but especially communities of color.
Vanessa Cárdenas explains how the policies that Gov. Romney and Rep. Ryan embrace are in direct contradiction to the policies that most Latinos support.
The Republican presidential candidates are relying on economic sluggishness and culture wars to win the White House, writes Sam Fulwood III.
Romney Takes Wrong Track on Economy for Latinos: Candidate Plans to Cut into Programs Important to Hispanics
Vanessa Cárdenas analyzes Mitt Romney’s economic policies and concludes that they would hurt, rather than help, the Latino community.
Sam Fulwood III speculates how our country’s changing racial make-up will affect elections in the decades ahead.