Frederick Vélez III Burgos
There’s reason why a group of Puerto Ricans were in Des Moines this Monday.
What really piqued my interest was the revolú the Bloomberg news caused with statehood supporters
What I do know is that —after everything we have been through— if candidates can’t be bothered to mention Puerto Rico during a debate, we won’t bother to come out and support them.
I’m still worried about how much research goes into these proposals, and if campaigns are only talking to “community leaders” and not engaging subject-matter experts.
The clear winners for the Democrats are Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Joe Biden, who each raised $4,000 more than they had the previous quarter.
To be truly brave, to actually cut through the clutter when it matters, we need someone to
propose POLICIES instead of trying to “trend.”
Are these the makings of an emerging #CaribbeanSummer in Puerto Rico? You won’t know unless you show up.
What Do Some Progressive Venezuelans Living in Central Florida Think About US Politics and Their Home Country?
As expected, it’s complicated.
Dear Democratic Presidential Campaigns: Communicating Correctly in Spanish to Voters Is Important, So Please Do a Better Job
In 2019, it should not be hard to have a Spanish speaker in your communications team from the very beginning.