The Economist: How California offers glimmers of hope for Democrats


The Hill: Don’t touch the Dreamers


US News: Trump's Electoral College victory highlights long-term challenges facing GOP


KPCC NPR: Why Latino groups are challenging exit poll data


Las Vegas Review Journal: Hispanic support for Clinton in Nevada short of Obama’s total


Dallas Morning News: Latinos turned out big for Hillary Clinton


Univision: How did Latinos actually vote? Quien sabe


San Antonio Express News: About the Latino voting bloc, it’s complicated


NBC News: Here’s how to get the Latino vote right on exit polls


Bloomberg View: Four election myths that need to die


Boston Herald: Exit polls exaggerated Latino support for Trump


Portland Tribune: Election raises questions about immigrants’ future


Vice News: Against the wall


Washington Post: Why the exit polls are wrong on Latino votes


NBC News: What machismo, Latino men overwhelmingly voted for Clinton


Arizona Republic: Why exit polls are wrong about Latino voters in Arizona


Las Vegas Sun: Nevada brick in blue wall


St. Peter’s Blog: Questioning the exit polls


Newsweek: How Nevada Democrats bucked the Trump wave


Washington Post: In record numbers, Latinos voted against Trump


Vox: Don’t believe the exit polls saying 29% of Latinos voted for Trump


Huffington Post: Latinos take their revenge on Sheriff Arpaio


NBC News: Latino leaders say Trump did not win 20 percent of Hispanic vote


Politico: Latino groups argue exit polls were too generous to Trump


Huffington Post: Lies, damn lies, and exit polls


Bloomberg News: Exit polls, stability and the Electoral College


Dallas Morning News: From barrio to Texas capitol, Neave may be sign of things to come


NPR: Agenda denied for Latino voters, narrative changes overnight


Houston Chronicle: Latino leaders seek meeting with President-elect


Vox: How exit polls work


The Hill: Poll say 79 percent of Latino early votes went to Clinton


La Opinion: Margen de voto latino por Clinton es histórico


Houston Chronicle: Latino voters surge to polls, but didn’t help Clinton


Huffington Post: Latinos can’t’ stand Trump, but couldn’t stop him


Miami Herald: Florida’s Hispanic voter surge wasn’t enough for Clinton


Univision Noticias: Proyecciones estiman que han votado 2 millones más de hispanos que en 2012


The Guardian: Did Latinos tip Trump over the edge, experts dispute what happened


Fox News Latino: Experts disagree on how many Latinos voted and who they voted for


Chicago Sun Times: Trump elected president


NBC News: Trump win leaves questions about Latino, African American vote


El Paso Times: Latino leaders go from boasting to agitation


Wall Street Journal: Latino turnout up from 2012 nationwide, but not enough to stop Trump


Huffington Post: Democrats hoping Trump would drive Latino turnout neglected engagement


San Antonio Express News: Vote might bring chaos in governing


Dallas Morning News: Latinos voted in force, what does that mean after a Trump win


San Antonio Express News: Latino vote not big enough


NBC News: Who got the Latino vote right?


USA Today: Another elections surprise


Vox: This is the year of the Latino vote


The Hill: Clinton leads Trump among Latinos by 62 points


NBC News: Surging Latino vote could spell trouble for Trump


LA Times: Trump appears headed for a record low among Latino voters Latinos in the mix as Clinton, Trump battle for New Hampshire


PBS NewsHour: What you should be watching to predict who'll win


Noticias Telemundo: Clinton leads Trump among Latinos 76% to 14%.


Wall Street Journal: Demographics, turnout, key races


Brownsville Herald: Election season finale finally arrives


Boston Globe: How Trump won


Politico: 16 numbers that mattered in 2016


US News: Hillary is building a wall too


Talking Points Memo: Latino early vote surges from Florida to Nevada


NBC News: Experts say polls can get Latino, Asian American vote wrong


La Opinion: Voto latino, un ‘gigante entusiasmado’ y clave para Clinton


Univision: Do polls underestimate the Latino vote


The Atlantic: Will Latinos actually turn out for Clinton


The Economist: Polls suggest Clinton and Trump are neck-and-neck in Nevada


La Opinion: Voto latino listo para decidir la elección presidencial


Los Angeles Times: Latino support for Clinton set to hit record high for a presidential candidate — and for Trump, a new low


AP: Heavy Turnout in Nevada After Long Push to Drive Latino Vote


Houston Chronicle: Final verdict nears on Clinton v Trump


NBC News: Latinos face long lings, false information with early voting underway


ABC News: VP candidate Kaine delivers speech in Spanish in Phoenix


LatinoUSA NPR: LD new prediction – Clinton will win Latino vote by 61 points


Los Angeles Times: Latinos could set record by casting 15m ballots for president


NY Daily News: Huge Latino turnout in Nevada could provide Clinton with firewall


NBC News: In final days, Clinton Latinos get out vote with pastelitos, pachangas


Dallas Morning News: Perfect storm expected to drive Latino turnout to new heights


Philadelphia Tribune: Survey says Blacks will be voting


ABC News: Heavy turnout in Nevada after long push to drive Latino vote


KPCC LA NPR: LA county Latino voters energized and concerned


Miami Herald Trump slamming Obamacare in Florida, but it turns out Latinos like it Mexican-Americans are reshaping the electoral map in Arizona, and the U.S.


Washington Post: Maryland’s newest citizens vote to defend immigrants


ABC News: Democrats, Clinton counting on Latinos to win Arizona


Bloomberg News: Race, not class, dictates Republican future


McClatchy DC: Spanish campaign plan plays to Kaine and Clinton strengths in Arizona


La Opinion: Votantes latinos permanecen sólidamente al lado de Hillary Clinton


Miami Herald: Puerto Rican voters in Central Florida could become Clinton’s secret weapon


El Nuevo Herald: Demócratas y Clinton cuentan con latinos para ganar Arizona


KUT NPR Austin: Did Texans ever vote in large numbers


Orlando Weekly Central Florida Puerto Rican community could decide presidential election


Fox News Latino: 3.5m more Latino voters in US in 2012 group says