August

Time: The ‘Jorge Ramos Effect’ Could Hurt Donald Trump

 

Fortune: The Donald Trump-Jorge Ramos clash is a full-fledged media fight now


Yahoo News: Taking on immigrants could be time-bomb for Trump

 

Weekly Standard: Doing better with Hispanic voters


National Journal: What do Dominican-Americans really want?


Huffington Post: Trump is killing the Republican Party

 

Philadelphia Inquirer: GOP pulled to right on immigration

 

Vox: Trump's approval rating among Hispanics is absolutely horrible

 

The Hill: "Anchor baby" fight scrambles the GOP field

 

The Guardian: Republican Scott Walker flip-flops on birthright citizenship again

 

NPR: For Latinos, environment seems just as important as immigration

 

NY Daily News: The mouth that ate the GOP, Trump campaign damages GOP 2016 chances

 

Washington Post: Did Republicans just give away the 2016 election by raising birthright citizenship?

 

MSNBC The Rundown with Jose Diaz-Balart: Latino voters view Trump negatively

 

Christian Science Monitor: In debate, immigration talk shows GOP challenge in winning Latino votes

 

La Opinión: Republicanos no siguen sus propios consejos sobre las minorías

 

Buzzfeed: Some Republicans fear Walker pulled a Romney with Latino voters

 

NM Political Report: Hispanic uninsured rate plummets after healthcare reform

 

Take Two KPCC NPR: What to watch for in the Republican debate

 

The Guardian: The Trump Effect, immigration remarks push GOP contenders sharply right

 

Forbes: Five reasons Latinos could be the most powerful transformation of the US health system

 

MSNBC Morning Joe: Donald Trump and Latino Vote 2016

 

Austin American Statesman: Latino Vote - why Trump is bad news for the GOP

 

The Guardian: Sanders largely unknown to Latino voters, has room for growth

 

Huffington Post: Jeb Bush immigration proposal falls flat

 

Las Vegas Review Journal: Vegas Hispanics say no to Trump, yes to a Democrat

 

La Prensa: Ohio is ground zero for immigration reform

 

La Voz de Houston: Trump gana y arriesga con su campaña contra los indocumentados