The question still remains: why run the ad in the first place?
On October 29, the president ordered troops to the border, even though the caravan was —and still is— hundreds of miles away.
Only half of Latinos were contacted in lead up to Election Day, with 68 percent self-mobilizing by encouraging friends and family to register and vote.
After Citing Latino Rebels Story, LA Times Formally Apologizes for Running Different Political Endorsements in English and Spanish
“We apologize for confusing readers by mistakenly publishing Hoy’s endorsements, rather than our own, in Los Angeles Times en Español,” executive editor Norman Pearlstine said.
Decades of ineffective US foreign policy major factor in regional crisis
The President cannot end birthright citizenship with an executive order – and his intentions for claiming that he can are purely political.
Why is the same newspaper offering different endorsements?
Poet Melania-Luisa Marte started it, hoping to bring more visibility the term.
New polling shows more than one in seven Latino voters have already cast ballots in the upcoming elections.
“There have always been violent extremist groups on the ragged edge of American politics, right?”
Helpful reminders for media coverage of the refugee caravan.
“AP’s aim always is to be accurate, precise and neutral in our reporting and writing as our tradition and news values demand,” AP Vice President/Editor at Large for Standards John Daniszewski said.
This would mark a 15 percent increase in turnout and nearly a seven percent increase in the Latino share of the vote from 2014.
Technology companies are working with ICE.