MSNBC Morning Joe: Hispanic vote not more GOP, just less Democrat


MSNBC Jose Diaz-Balart: Obama responds to DREAMers 'Go to the other rally and focus on them'


New York Times: Democrats Must Embrace Latinos and Immigration, Not Run Away

Fort Worth Star Telegram: Castro twins take the national stage

NPR: Latino vote could swing results


Newsweek: On immigration, nobody is winning


U.S. News: Latino voters hold key in Colorado


NBC News: In tight Kansas Senate race, immigration a big issue


Las Vegas Sun: Poll shows Lucy Flores and Brian Sandoval won the Latino vote


Rochester News: Did Obama's immigration punt backfire?


Rhode Island Public Radio: Latino voters important as ever in RI elections


McAllen Monitor: Immigration top list of Hispanic voter concerns, poll shows


Texas Public Radio: Analysts say Latinos "underwhelmed" by candidates in 2014 election


The Atlantic: Latino voters wrenching choice


The Nation: Worst political calculation the Democrats made in the midterms


New York Times: GOP inroads with Latinos hint at a path to 2016


Austin American Statesman: Four takeaways on the Latino vote from the Texas elections


Providence Journal: New report suggests Latino voters could tip RI race


La Opinion: Governor Sandoval, a Republican who knows how to win over Latinos


Houston Chronicle: 10 pivotal election issues that weren't


Fox News Latino: Disappointing Latino turnout higher than 2010, but not by much


WABE Atlanta Public Radio: Are more Georgia Latinos looking to the GOP?


Huffington Post: GOP fared worse among Latinos than national exit poll shows, pollster says


Houston Chronicle: Fight for Latino vote in Texas a draw


MSNBC: Why the Democrats lost, according to everyone


The Boston Globe: How Charlie Barker earned more Latino votes


KWBU Public Radio: Democratic share of Latino vote shrinks in Texas


NBC News: GOP pledges Obamacare repeal amid drops in uninsured Latinos


Washington Post: Lived in US for 15 years, church sanctuary saved him from deportation


NBC News: Immigration advocates, we told you so


Vox: Exit polls, how they work and whether to trust them


MSNBC: Latino vote hints at hope and danger for GOP


Bloomberg Businessweek: Minorities redraw voting map


MSNBC: With changing demographics, will GOP Congress debate minimum wage?


New York Magazine: Why didn't Republicans see Obama's immigration move coming?


MSNBC: This is the most unified we have seen Latino public opinion


Fusion: Obama's immigration plan sets political trap for 2016 Republican hopefuls


Washington Post: Did the GOP make inroads with the Latino vote?


Five Thirty Eight: Electoral politics of Obama's Nevada speech


The Hill: Hispanics back immigration moves by Obama


CBS Las Vegas: Obama will return to Nevada for immigration rally


Austin American Statesman: Four takeaways on the Latino vote from the Texas elections


Bloomberg Politics: Will Florida ever be a battleground again?


National Journal: Why Obama is going to Vegas to tout his immigration plan


Las Vegas Sun: Nevada's Hispanic voters stayed home


Vox: Even Latino Republicans don't want the GOP to block Obama's immigration plan


USAToday:  Obama's immigration plan will weigh on 2016 race


Christian Science Monitor: Why Americans are conflicted about immigration


La Voz de Houston: La orden ejecutiva de Obama tiene apoyo


Los Angeles Times: Latino voters strongly support Obama's immigration action


Buzzfeed: Latino voters overwhelmingly support Obama's immigration action


Time: Latinos, young voters applaud Obama action on immigration


NBC News: Latinos overwhelmingly back Obama's immigration action


McClatchyDC: Obama's immigration


Bloomberg Politics: 'Emperor' Obama's executive action is getting traction


Houston Chronicle: Why is Obama going to Nevada and not Texas


Arizona Republic: Two polls find broad support for Obama immigration action


NPR: Politics in the News


New York Times: Amid attacks, Obama presses Congress to move on immigration


Fronteras Desk : Most Latinos support Obama's immigration actions