As the Florida primary results continue to pour in, several major national news outlets are projecting that Mitt Romney won big in Florida today. Newt Gingrich was projected to come in third, followed by Rick Santorum and then Ron Paul.
When Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are trying to up their appeal to Latino voters, they'll often try on a few words of Spanish. But, perhaps too often, those words don't come out the same way they sound in the candidates' head. And that can be a problem.
Hispanics played a major role in deciding November's presidential election. And now, as President Barack Obama prepares to start his second term with an eye on immigration reform, many Hispanic activists are hoping to take that new power and put it to work.
One feature of this election season has been a reticence on the part of most candidates to admit to knowledge of languages other than English. Deep down, though, they may recall a word or two of a foreign tongue.
The foreign policy issues that come up in presidential debates are not necessarily the ones that will be most relevant for the candidate who wins the election. That's according to Boston Globe foreign affairs columnist Juliette Kayyem.
The Secret Service, responsible for protecting presidents, former presidents and nominated presidential candidates will being protecting Mitt Romney on Wednesday after his campaign requested — and received permission — for their services.
Latino activists are working hard to get Hispanics registered to vote in time for the November elections. According to figures, that community breaks overwhelmingly for President Barack Obama, but in the last election they didn't turn out in great numbers to vote in the last election. Will that change?