More than six million Americans live abroad - a number larger than the populations of 24 states in the Union. Republicans Abroad represents and works to protect the interests of overseas Americans on a wide range of issues. Republicans Abroad mobilizes the support of Americans overseas to support Republican candidates in US elections.
Membership in Republicans Abroad provides a unique opportunity for Americans living overseas to communicate their concerns to Republican leaders in Washington. Republicans Abroad has fought for issues of concern to Americans abroad like repatriation issues, strong support of Section 911 foreign earned income exemption, anti-terrorism legislation, fair trade policies, and the inclusion of the expatriate population in the United States Census.
In 1975, overseas civilians were included in the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA), still in effect today. The Act gave them the right to vote in federal elections by casting their absentee ballots in the state where they last resided or voted in the United States.
Since its establishment in 1978, RA has become a worldwide organization, with over 50 chapters.
The primary mission of Republicans Abroad is to integrate Americans, especially those who adhere to the principles of the Republican Party, into the election process. Republicans Abroad strives to reach the estimated 4-6 million voters overseas. In past elections, Republicans Abroad has helped deliver crucial votes to Republican candidates facing close elections on the federal, state and local levels.
"Getting the vote out" during election years is the principal mandate of Republicans Abroad and its most important function. For many years, some Americans outside the US were not aware that they could be eligible to vote, nor did not know how to register. The 50 Republicans Abroad Chapters have, since 1978, voluntarily assisted overseas Americans to register and vote.
I'M A REPUBLICAN BECAUSE...
I BELIEVE the strength of our nation lies with the individual and that each person's dignity, freedom, ability and responsibility must be honored.
I BELIEVE in equal rights, equal justice and equal opportunity for all, regardless of race, creed, sex, age or disability.
I BELIEVE free enterprise and encouraging individual initiative have brought this nation opportunity, economic growth and prosperity.
I BELIEVE government must practice fiscal responsibility and allow individuals to keep more of the money they earn.
I BELIEVE the proper role of government is to provide for the people only those critical functions that cannot be performed by individuals or private organizations, and that the best government is that which governs least.
I BELIEVE the most effective, responsible and responsive government is government closest to the people.
I BELIEVE Americans must retain the principles that have made us strong while developing new and innovative ideas to meet the challenges of changing times.
I BELIEVE Americans value and should preserve our national strength and pride while working to extend peace, freedom and human rights throughout the world.
FINALLY, I believe the Republican Party is the best vehicle for translating these ideals into positive and successful principles of government.
The Republican Party was born in the early 1850's by anti-slavery activists and individuals who believed that government should grant western lands to settlers free of charge. The first informal meeting of the party took place in Ripon, Wisconsin, a small town northwest of Milwaukee.
The first official Republican meeting took place on July 6th, 1854, in Jackson, Michigan. The name "Republican" was chosen because it alluded to equality and reminded individuals of Thomas Jefferson's Democratic-Republican Party. At the Jackson convention, the new party adopted a platform and nominated candidates for office in Michigan.
In 1856, the Republicans became a national party when John C. Fremont was nominated for President under the slogan: "Free soil, free labor, free speech, free men, Fremont." Even though they were considered a "third party" because the Democrats and Whigs represented the two-party system at the time, Fremont received 33 percent of the vote. Four years later, Abraham Lincoln became the first Republican to win the White House.
The Civil War erupted in 1861 and lasted four grueling years. During the war, against the advice of his cabinet, Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation that freed the slaves. The Republicans of the day worked to pass the Thirteenth Amendment, which outlawed slavery, the Fourteenth, which guaranteed equal protection under the laws, and the Fifteenth, which helped secure voting rights for African-Americans.
The Republican Party also played a leading role in securing women the right to vote. In 1896, Republicans were the first major party to favor women's suffrage. When the 19th Amendment finally was added to the Constitution, 26 of 36 state legislatures that had voted to ratify it were under Republican control. The first woman elected to Congress was a Republican, Jeanette Rankin from Montana in 1917.
Presidents during most of the late nineteenth century and the early part of the twentieth century were Republicans. The White House was in Republican hands under Presidents Eisenhower, Nixon, Ford, Reagan and Bush. Under the last two, Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, the United States became the world's only superpower, winning the Cold War from the old Soviet Union and releasing millions from Communist oppression.
Behind all the elected officials and the candidates of any political party are thousands of hard-working staff and volunteers who raise money, lick the envelopes, and make the phone calls that every winning campaign must have. The national structure of our party starts with the Republican National Committee. Each state has its own Republican State Committee with a Chairman and staff. The Republican structure goes right down to the neighborhoods, where a Republican precinct captain every Election Day organizes Republican workers to get out the vote.
Most states ask voters when they register to express party preference. Voters don't have to do so, but registration lists let the parties know exactly which voters they want to be sure vote on Election Day. Just because voters register as a Republican, they don't need to vote that way - many voters split their tickets, voting for candidates in both parties. But the national party is made up of all registered Republicans in all 50 states. They are the heart and soul of the party. Republicans have a long and rich history with basic principles: Individuals, not government, can make the best decisions; all people are entitled to equal rights; and decisions are best made close to home.
The symbol of the Republican Party is the elephant. During the mid term elections way back in 1874, Democrats tried to scare voters into thinking President Grant would seek to run for an unprecedented third term. Thomas Nast, a cartoonist for Harper's Weekly, depicted a Democratic jackass trying to scare a Republican elephant - and both symbols stuck. For a long time Republicans have been known as the "G.O.P." And party faithfuls thought it meant the "Grand Old Party." But apparently the original meaning (in 1875) was "gallant old party." And when automobiles were invented it also came to mean, "get out and push." That's still a pretty good slogan for Republicans who depend every campaign year on the hard work of hundreds of thousands of volunteers to get out and vote and push people to support the causes of the Republican Party.
The Republicans Abroad Voting League website helps Americans living outside the USA to register to vote. US citizens living abroad can register to vote in the state where they last resided. These four simple steps will assist you in the process:
Step 1: Fill out the Federal Post Card Application, Standard Form 76 (FPCA, SF 76) provided here, and mail (or submit by electronic transmission as permitted by your state) to your election official whose address can also be found here.
Step 2: You will be notified by your election official if the registration is approved or if further information is required. If you do not receive notification that your registration has been approved, you can check the status directly on your state's web site.
Step 3: If your registration has been accepted by your local election official by September 15 and you do not receive your ballot by October 2, 2010, you can use the Federal-Write-In Absentee Ballot from the FVAP.
Step 4: Fill out your ballot and mail (or submit by electronic transmission) to your local election official in time to meet state deadlines.
Requirements by state can be found here.
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The Christian Science Monitor
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Timothy Real Estate Group
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Federal Voting Assistance Program
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|Absentee Voting Information for U.S. Citizens Abroad|
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PRI's The World
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Mexico News Daily
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The Washington Post
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The Huffington Post
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|American Expats Living in Mexico Could Play Key Role in Close US Election|
The U.S. presidential contest is generating buzz across the globe, where expatriates are in a frenzy about politics back home. Only Canada has more Americans than Mexico, but Trump’s Mexico bashing has made being American a bit more awkward these days.
|Group of Mexican Senators Tout 'Tell Them to Vote' Campaign in US Election|
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|Republican Pence Sparks Social Media Outrage with #ThatMexicanThing Comment|
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|Mexicans and Gringo Expats Bond Over Beers and Ribs at Mexico City Debate-Watch Party|
Mexicans and Americans gathered at Pinche Gringo got a chance to bond over pork ribs during a watch party organized by the bar and the local chapter of Democrats Abroad.
|Activists in Mexico Urge American Expats to Vote Against Trump's 'Global Threat'|
A human rights group is urging the nearly one million US citizens who live in Mexico to vote in hopes of keeping Republican Donald Trump out of the White House.
|A Revered Mexican Singer Came Out of Retirement to Perform New Song Supporting Hillary Clinton|
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|Trump's Rising Poll Numbers Hurt Mexico's Economy|
A Trump presidency could be a nightmarish scenario for Mexico. And his candidacy alone is already causing some sleepless nights for Mexican economists.
|San Miguel de Allende Declares Donald Trump 'Persona Non Grata'|
The City of San Miguel de Allende has declared U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump a “persona non grata,” in response to the mogul's campaign of hate against migrants, especially Mexicans, whom he has called “rapists” and “criminals.”
|If the 8 Million Americans Abroad Voted... It Could Decide the Upcoming Elections|
Only 12% of Americans abroad vote, because the process is so complex. But not this year! Avaaz has partnered with Overseas Voter Foundation to build a dead-simple tool that makes overseas voting a piece of cake!
|Pick Your Poison: Hillary and Trump Are Both Bad News for Mexico|
“Hillary Trump” is yet another mistake in Enrique Pena Nieto’s speech and his most recent “fail.” But it’s actually a rather useful term. Whoever wins the US presidency is going to cause problems for the future of Mexico.
|Latino Vote to Play Big Part in Upcoming US Elections, Mexican Scholars Say|
The Latino vote will play a big part not only in the U.S. elections in November, but also in many dimensions between Mexico and its northern neighbor, according to Mexican academics.
|President Says He Shares Outrage Felt by Citizens Regarding Trump's Policies|
Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto met with U.S. Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump this week to discuss immigration policy, and he did not like what he heard.
|Trump's Suprise Visit with President Pena Nieto Is Greeted with Hostility Online|
Donald Trump’s decision to visit Mexico, the country he wants to seal off from the US with a security wall, has not been warmly received south of the border.
|Trump's Mexico Border Wall Plan Is Unrealistic and Useless, Experts Agree|
Even as Donald Trump vacillates between toning down his harsh anti-immigrant rhetoric and reaching out to minorities, he remains unshakable on one central campaign promise: building a wall on America's southern border with Mexico.
|New Pamphlet Published for 2016 Election Takes a Look Behind the Immigration Furor|
The issue of immigration has become central to the 2016 presidential election. Given the level of anti-immigrant propaganda that is coming out of the Trump campaign, we have updated this important information source.
|Trump or Clinton in White House: How the Mexican Peso Could be Toast|
Mexico's currency has been unusually volatile this year, and some attribute it to anti-Mexico and protectionist sentiment raised during this U.S. presidential election season.
|Donald Trump Says He Would Meet with President Enrique Pena Nieto|
During a town hall with Fox News, the Republican nominee was asked about recent reports of the Mexican president saying he would meet with the next president of the United States regardless of who it is. "I’d meet with him," Trump said.
|Activist Collective Indecline's Naked Donald Trump Statues Erected Across US|
Five naked statues of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump popped up in cities around the country as part of a bizarre anti-Trump art project.
|President Enrique Pena Nieto Says He's Willing to Meet with Donald Trump|
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said he was willing to meet with Donald Trump, months after comparing the Republican presidential candidate to Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini.
|To Mexicans, US Democracy Is Important. Now, Trump's Rhetoric Is Calling That Into Question|
LSE US Centre
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|Lila Downs: This Year Latinos Should Celebrate Pride with the Power of Our Vote|
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|Have You Ever Stopped and Wondered What People in Mexico Think About the Donald?|
Salt Lake City Weekly
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|Foreign Minister Calls Trump's Idea of Mexico Paying for Border Wall 'Absurd'|
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The New Civil Rights Movement
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Foreign Policy In Focus
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Fox News Latino
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The Huffington Post
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The Dallas Morning News
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The Financial Times
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New York Daily News
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Talking Points Memo
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Federal Voting Assistance Program
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New York Post
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The Huffington Post
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The Big Picture RT
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|Trump's Anti-Trade Talk Rankles Businesses on the U.S.-Mexico Border|
The Los Angeles Times
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The New York Times
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The Los Angeles Times
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The Washington Post
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|Ex-President Vicente Fox Warns US Voters Against Trump as President|
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|How the U.S. Presidential Election Is Impacting Mexico's Image of America|
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|Trade Is a Major Issue in 2016 US Presidential Race|
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The Associated Press
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|What Mexicans Think About the Media Storm Surrounding GOP Front-Runner Donald Trump|
Most Mexicans feel that whether or not Mr Trump gets the Republican nomination in the end, the relationship between the two countries has already been damaged.
|MxContraTrump: Massive Anti-Trump Banner Goes Up on Mexico's Senate Building|
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The Daily Caller
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|Bernie Sanders Now Has His Own Mexican Corrido|
The song and video, released last week by Grupo Meta, is already making the rounds on social media garnering tens of thousands of Facebook likes on pages such as “Latinos for Bernie Sanders.”
|Top Trump Strategist Quits, Writes an Open Letter Warning America About Him|
Stephanie Cegielski served as communications director through the campaign, which, she says, no one intended to be a serious run at the White House - not even Trump.
|American Elections Ranked Worst Among Western Democracies. Here's Why.|
Americans often express pride in their democracy, yet the results indicate that domestic and international experts rate the U.S. elections as the worst among all Western democracies.
|Rafael Ruiz Velasco: Mexicans Should Reject Trump's Populism at Home|
What is happening in the United States should teach Mexicans a lesson about populism. Let us not forget that bravado, victimization, and populism served up for the masses are recurrent themes in our own political history.
|Donald Trump Is Winning Because He's Selling Glamour - Not Policy|
PRI's The World
Despite all the negativity and mudslinging, Donald Trump's campaign message is ultimately one of vague optimism.
|Government Urging Mexican Immigrants in US to Become Citizens and Vote|
Mexico is mounting an unprecedented effort to turn its permanent residents in the U.S. into citizens, a status that would enable them to vote.
|Bernie Sanders Promises Swift Immigration Reform While Visiting Arizona-Mexico Border|
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders visited the Nogales, Ariz., border Saturday and promised that, if elected, he would “take executive action to allow all undocumented people who have been in the United States for at least five years to stay in the country without fear of being deported.”
|Donald Trump Victory Ranked Among Top Ten Risks to Global Economy|
Donald Trump becoming US president poses a greater risk to global economy than an armed conflict in the South China Sea or Britain leaving the European Union.
|Anti-Trump Movement Grows in Urgency to 'Push Back Against Hate'|
Chicago was just the beginning. Millions of Americans are ready to form a grassroots movement against Donald Trump, activists say, determined to challenge the politics of prejudice and show there is now more at stake than the White House.
|Donald Trump and Mexico's Elite 1 Percent Will Be Partners in Crime|
Given Trump’s fascist tendencies, he might find that he has more in common with the elites governing Mexico than he cares to admit.
|#ImProudToBeMexican: Mexican Politician Calls for 'Strong Campaign' Against Trump|
Jorge Castaneda, a former Mexican foreign minister, has released an English campaign advertisement slamming Donald Trump for his rhetoric against Mexico.
|Trump Strongly Hints He's Willing to Go to War with Mexico to Finance His Wall|
On Morning Joe, investigative journalist Bob Woodward asked Donald Trump a series of difficult questions about how, precisely, he would build a wall between Mexico and the United States.
|Trump Presidency Could Lead to a Trade War with Mexico, Says Former President Vicente Fox|
The Associated Press
Former President Vicente Fox said Wednesday that a Donald Trump presidency could lead Mexico and the United States to "serious" diplomatic problems and a trade war that would hurt both countries.
|The Democratic Debate in Miami Proves That 2016 Comes Down to Immigration|
HuffPost Latino Voices
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have made a big promise: No more deportation of children or non-criminals.
|President Pena Nieto Says GOP Rhetoric Has 'Hurt' Mexico-US Ties|
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said Republican front-runner Donald Trump has damaged the relationship between the United States and Mexico due to his inflammatory rhetoric.
|Foreign Diplomats Voicing Alarm to United States Officials About Trump|
Foreign diplomats are expressing alarm to U.S. government officials about what they say are inflammatory and insulting public statements by Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, according to senior U.S. officials.
|Why Latin American Leftists Would Love a Presidency Under Donald Trump|
PRI's The World
Donald Trump has an unlikely fan in Latin America: Rafael Correa, the leftwing president of Ecuador who just loves sticking it to Washington.
|Super Tuesday in Mexico: What Does Voting Mean for U.S. Citizens Living in Mexico?|
A growing population of U.S. citizens living abroad and their cross-border mobilization on Election Day attest to reconfigurations in conventional models of political and cultural belonging. They also beg important practical and philosophical questions about citizenship and democracy in a global era.
|America, Trumped: Google Searches for 'How Can I Move to Canada?' Surge|
As Trump won state after state on Super Tuesday – he was victorious in seven contests compared to three from his next-closest challenger, Texas Senator Ted Cruz – Google noted a large uptick in searches about how to move to Canada.
| Government to Counter Negative Tone of US Presidential Race with Diplomatic Push|
The Mexican government has come up with a plan to confront criticism of the country during the U.S. presidential campaigns, but it doesn't include getting into verbal duels with the candidates.
|John Oliver Demonstrably Deconstructs Donald Trump on Way to Super Tuesday|
"Mr. Trump, I await your lawsuit in the morning," John Oliver said after devoting nearly all of his HBO show to a takedown of the GOP front-runner who has been all but declared the winner of Super Tuesday voting.
|Make That Two Former Mexican Presidents Who Have Compared Trump to Hitler|
International Business Times
Less than 24 hours after former Mexican president Vicente Fox likened the Republican presidential front-runner to history’s most infamous dictator, another former president, Felipe Calderon, did the same.
|Mexicans Back Ex-President Vicente Fox in Verbal Spat with Donald Trump|
Mexicans backed former President Vicente Fox in his verbal spat with Donald Trump, after Fox called the Republican front-runner "crazy" and a "false prophet" and Trump replied that he ought to be "ashamed of himself" for using a profanity.
|Joe Biden Slams GOP Campaign Rhetoric About Mexico as 'Damaging' and 'Incrediby Inaccurate'|
Vice President Joe Biden says he feels 'almost obliged to apologize' to the Mexican people for some of the Republican presidential candidates' rhetoric about Mexico.
|Jimmy Kimmel Dedicated This Hilarious Fake Ad to Donald Trump's 'Poorly Educated'|
One group of voters that Donald Trump did especially well with in the Nevada caucuses were the poorly educated. He even touted this fact during his victory speech. In fact, the poorly educated love him so much they made him this ad.
|Trump Winning Have You Down? Canada Ad Suggests Nova Scotia to Americans Leaving US|
Hi Americans! Donald Trump may become the President of your country! If that happens, and you decide to get the hell out of there, might we suggest moving to Cape Breton Island!
|Trump on Ford, Carrier, Shipping U.S. Jobs to Mexico|
Donald Trump is seizing a major political opportunity with the news that Ford and Carrier are shipping thousands of U.S. jobs to Mexico.
|Mana's 'Latino Power' Tour Aims to Get Out the Vote|
Veteran Mexican rockers Mana plan to hit the road on tour later this year with a concert series that will be as much about politics as music.
|Noted Racist and Demagogue Donald Trump Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize|
After finishing dismal second place in the Iowa caucus despite his putative front-runner status, Trump was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize along with the likes of Pope Francis, Colombian peace negotiators and Edward Snowden.
|The Joke Is Over: It's Time to Stop Endorsing Donald Trump's Candidacy|
The West Georgian
At first, it was funny. Then, slowly, people started taking him more seriously. Now, he’s practically running the show for the Republican Party, and it’s time we stopped giving him that authority.
|David Bacon: Hillary Clinton in Denial About Impact of Trade Policy on Immigration|
The Real News
David Bacon, author of "Right to Stay Home: How U.S. Policy Drives Mexican Migration", says asylum seekers are being sent back to desperate conditions created by U.S. policy in Central America.
|Trump Says 'We Have to Stop the Flow of Illegals' Across Mexico Border in New Video|
Donald Trump gave himself a pat on the back via a Facebook video where he touted that 'everybody's talking' about illegal immigration, an issue the billionaire brought to the table.
|Colbert: 'Why Would a Mexican Have Something Negative to Say About Donald Trump?'|
The Late Show's Stephen Colbert took issue with the fact that a foreign Warlock was weighing in on the U.S. election and insisted that we need an American Warlock.
|They're Young, Mexican and Ready to Raise Their Political Voices|
The New York Times
To some extent, it is a measure of the Mexican community’s growth and political maturation that young people are stepping forward in a way that their parents could not.
|Trump Re-Ups Controversial Mexico Wall and Muslim Ban in First Campaign Ad|
GOP frontrunner’s ad called ‘Great Again’ begins airing Tuesday in Iowa and New Hampshire and promises to ‘quickly cut the head off of Isis and take their oil’.
|Republican Contenders and Mexico: It's Amateur Hour at the Rio Grande|
Huff Post Politics
When it comes to Mexico, the Republican front-runners are clueless amateurs. Their view of Mexico, which shares a nearly 2,000-mile border with four U.S. states, appears shaped more by 1960s Clint Eastwood movies then anything resembling reality.
|More Than a Third of US Presidential Candidates Are Children or Spouses of Immigrants|
More than a third of the 2016 candidates - including some of those who spout the most virulent anti-immigrant rhetoric - are themselves children or spouses of immigrants.
|Clinton, Obama Named Most Admired in World; Pope Francis, Trump Tied for Second|
Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama have been named the most admired woman and man worldwide by Americans in a Gallup poll released this week, where Donald Trump and Pope Francis tied for second.
|Daniel Raisbeck: Why Latin America Misses the Point About Donald Trump|
The Latin American mainstream press appears to be baffled by Donald Trump’s growing poll lead in the Republican presidential race. By shallowly dismissing him, the Latin American media are failing to discuss the real issues at stake.
|King of Whoppers: Trump Is Top Campaign Liar of 2015, PolitiFact Finds|
The Washington Post
The bigger the lie, they say, the more people will believe it. Or, in Republican presidential contender Donald Trump’s case, the sheer volume of lies will do the trick.
|In Case You Missed It: The Fifth Round of the GOP Debate in 90 Seconds|
A more lively Jeb Bush jabbed Donald Trump and the increasingly public rivalry between Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz spilled into the open Tuesday night during the final Republican presidential debate of the year.
|We Mexicans Welcome Muslims as the New Public Enemy Number One|
All that racist nonsense Donald Trump is pulling on you is the same thing he was doing to Mexicans in America a few months back. Let me explain.
|From 'Mexican Rapists' to a Ban on Muslims, This Is America's Donald Trump|
Here are some of the people Trump - who, it cannot be overstated, is still the GOP front-runner for president - has offended during his ongoing campaign to be leader of the United States.
|Forget Trump's Wall - Mexicans Are Fleeing America, and That's Bad News|
Even if we accept that there ever was a real problem necessitating the "Great Wall of Donald," we are now living in the era when the alleged problem is smaller than it has been in decades.
|Hate Speech Will be Punished by Sensible Voters, Mexican Ambassador Tells Trump|
In the harshest words used so far by a Mexican government official to denounce Republican front-runner Donald Trump’s derogatory characterization of Mexican immigrants, Miguel Basanez decried, “The Republican primary campaign has been dominated since the summer by racist rhetoric and ignorance.”
|Sorry, Hillary, Plan Colombia Has Been a Disaster in the War on Drugs|
Drug Policy Alliance
This week Hillary Clinton again revealed a blind spot for the drug war and a deafness of tone towards Latino issues. She decided to brag about her husband's Plan Colombia, which has been a total disaster in one of the most emblematic theaters of the failed drug war.
|Operation Wetback, the 1950s Immigration Policy Donald Trump Loves, Explained|
The inspiration for Donald Trump's immigration policy, as Donald Trump himself has proudly told plenty of interviewers, is "Operation Wetback." Trump didn't use the term in last night's debate. But that's what he was referring to.
|Latino Intellectuals Write Letter Condemning Donald Trump's 'Hate Speech'|
A group of prominent intellectuals from the Spanish-speaking world in a public letter rejected the "discourse of hate" being engaged in by Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump and asked U.S. voters not to tolerate "his absurd stances."
|Ahead of Latino SNL Protest, Trump Retweets Bush in Sombrero, Swastika Images|
Hours before planned protests against his appearance on Saturday Night Live, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump retweeted an image that carried a swastika and a photo of rival candidate Jeb Bush in a Mexican sombrero.
|Secretary of Foreign Relations Massieu Fires Back at GOP Comments|
Mexico Secretary of Foreign Relations Claudia Ruiz Massieu weighs in on Republican presidential candidates' statements about Mexico. She speaks with the panel on Bloomberg GO.
|'Donald Trump' in Mexico: We Asked Mexicans What They Thought About Trump|
Donald Trump hasn’t said the nicest things about Mexicans, so AJ+ took him south of the border to see what they think about him.
|Latino Protests Over Donald Trump's Hosting of Saturday Night Live Grows|
The controversy started almost immediately after it was announced two weeks ago that Trump would host the sketch comedy show on November 7, and is only growing louder as the date approaches through petitions by Hispanic organizations, the government and the public.
|The Washington Post on Why Hillary Clinton Won the Benghazi Hearing|
The Washington Post
This has been the best week of the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. Thursday she tamed House Republicans during an 11-hour appearance before the Benghazi panel.
|Donald Trump Posts Idiotic Tweet About the Weather|
The Donald's latest tweet is a small, yet timely, reminder that this might not be the kind of man you want dictating environmental policies that will have a massive impact on the rest of the world.
|Immigration Issues Touched Upon Lightly at First US Democratic Primary Debate|
The Democratic debate was a stark contrast from the positions outlined by the Republican candidates at their first primary debate in August, which primarily focused on more enforcement mechanisms and ramped-up border security.
|Hillary Clinton Turns Up Heat on Bernie Sanders in a Sharp Debate|
The New York Times
Hillary Rodham Clinton, seeking to halt the momentum of her insurgent challenger, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, aggressively questioned his values, positions and voting history Tuesday night in the first Democratic presidential debate.
|Trump's Immigration Plan is Much Like President Eisenhower's 'Operation Wetback'|
Ring of Fire
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s aggressive anti-immigration plan is modeled after Eisenhower’s. That plan was called “Operation Wetback,” which consisted of rounding up approximately 1 million Mexican immigrants and shipping them back across the border.
|What People Around the World Think of America Since Trump's Baffling Rise|
The global reaction to Trump mania has been a sense of disgust; Trump is the native son of a country that worships selfishness above empathy, corporate interests over justice and notoriety over prestige.
|Donald Trump Is Obsessed with an Immigration Crisis That's Already Over|
Donald Trump had a relatively poor performance in Wednesday night's CNN debate. But one of his stronger moments - at least from the point of view of his supporters - came when the topic of immigration arose.
|Immigration Reform Group Invokes Reagan in Ad Slamming GOP Nativist Rhetoric|
Days before a Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Library, an immigration advocacy group invoked the former president to attack the tough immigration rhetoric of certain candidates, including front-runner Donald Trump.
|Ex-Marine and His Burro Tour U.S. Urging Latinos to Vote in 2016|
A former U.S. Marine of Mexican origin, went for a year-long trek across the country as a way of raising Latinos' awareness about the importance of staying united against the attack of Republican presidential hopefuls and of voting in the 2016 elections.
|Mexico on a Trump Victory: 'We Haven't Even Considered That Seriously'|
GOP presidential contender Donald Trump's remarks about immigration and Mexico have rattled some nerves here, but many Mexicans don't believe he'll win the White House.
|For Mexicans, the Donald Trump Candidacy Is Getting Scarier Every Day|
The Washington Post
As Trump published his immigration proposals this week, Mexicans expressed growing concern about his bid for the Republican nomination.
|Donald Trump Says He Would Deport Undocumented Immigrants if Elected US President|
US presidential candidate Donald Trump would deport all illegal immigrants and overturn US President Barack Obama's executive orders on immigration if he is elected to the White House.
|Sorry Donald Trump, Mexico Says it Will Not Pay for Wall on Northern Border|
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's administration said there's no truth to U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump's assertion that the nation would pay for a wall along the border between the countries.
|Dems Hope Race Across US-Mexico Border Will Ease Building Tension Over Trade |
As Donald Trump and the GOP presidential field call for locking down the Mexican border, on Saturday, more than 900 American and Mexican runners raced back and forth across it.
|O'Reilly Presses Trump to Get Specific on Plan to Make Mexico Pay for Wall|
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly pressed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to get “specific” on his plan to make Mexico “pay” to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border - and he ended up getting a very Trump-like answer.
|Bernie Sanders Will Consider Legalizing Marijuana if Elected US President|
While never making marijuana policy a major part of his policy platform in the past, it seemed likely that the progressive Sanders would be a supporter of sensible marijuana laws.
|Jeb Bush Says He Was Hurt by Donald Trump's Remarks About Mexicans|
Jeb Bush told MSNBC that he was "herido," Spanish for "hurt," by Donald Trump's comments about undocumented Mexican immigrants during an interview conducted entirely in Spanish on Monday.
|Did Mexico's Escaped Drug Lord Just Threaten Presidential Hopeful Donald Trump?|
The Huffington Post
It's only been a couple of days since Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman escaped from a maximum-security prison - plenty of time to start a Twitter war with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
|With Immigration Comments Donald Trump Achieved the Impossible: Uniting Divided Mexicans|
Getting a group of Mexicans to agree on anything can be a monumental task. But it just took a few words from Donald Trump to bring Mexicans together.
|Former Mexican Presidents Fox & Calderon Weigh in on Trump's Immigration Claims|
TMZ/Real Clear Politics
Vicente Fox has a lot to say about Donald Trump... and none of it's good, while Felipe Calderon doesn't want to talk about the guy, saying 'he is only trying to get votes.'
|Trump Takes on Mexican Government in Latest Comments on Immigrants|
The Los Angeles Times
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump clarified his campaign launch speech in which he accused Mexican immigrants of being rapists, saying that he blamed the Mexican government for sending criminals across the border.
|Bush Is 'Absolutely' Offended by Trump's Comments on Hispanic Immigrants and Mexico|
The Washington Post
Jeb Bush says he's "absolutely" personally offended by Donald Trump's recent incendiary comments about Mexico and immigrants coming from the country.
|Jon Stewart Baffled That Donald Trump's 'Farce of a Candidacy' Is Succeeding|
While Daily Show host Jon Stewart lost his patience with Republicans for downplaying Donald Trump’s remarks denigrating undocumented immigrants, he did thank Trump for giving him enough material to carry the show until the end of his run.
|SCOTUS Legalizes Same Sex Marriage as Roof Completely Falls in on Conservatives|
In a 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court has ruled that state laws banning same-sex marriage are unconstitutional. Same-sex marriage is now legal nationwide.
|Here's Why Donald Trump Would Make a Great Presidential Candidate... in Mexico|
Despite Trump’s apparent animosity towards Mexico, he might want to consider moving there after he eventually drops out of the race here. That’s because Trump would make a pretty good Mexican politician — and might even have a better chance of getting elected there, if he can get past his birther problem.
|Donald Trump Vows to Build Border Wall, Says He'll Get Mexico to Pick Up Tab|
The Washington Times
Donald Trump says that if elected president he will erect a wall along the country’s southern border and said that taxpayers won’t have to pay a dime for it.
|2016 US Presidential Candidates Weigh-In on President Obama's Immigration Action|
Immigration policy has become a hot topic as the 2016 Presidential primary picks up steam. Hillary Clinton, Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush have all begun discussing their views on what they would do if they were President.
|Getting Started: Hillary Clinton's First Campaign Video Has Espanol|
It's official - former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has tossed her hat in the presidential ring. In an nod to the importance of the Latino vote, everyone in the video speaks English, but the only other language in her first video is - you guessed it - Spanish.
|Former Mexican President Fox Has a Message for 2016 US Presidential Hopefuls|
The Daily Signal
In an interview with The Daily Signal, Vicente Fox said candidates running for president should focus on what he described as income inequality in the United States, making NAFTA work better and having a strong foreign policy.
|This 102-Year-Old Woman Has the Only US Election Day Story You Need|
If you read one story on Election Day, make it Guadalupe Portillo's. The 102-year-old California resident became an American citizen last year and will cast her vote in a national election for the first time in her life Tuesday.
|New Americans in the Voting Booth: The Growing Electoral Power of Immigrant Communities|
American Immigration Council
Over the past two decades, the number of voters who are immigrants or the native-born children of immigrants, as well as the larger communities to which immigrants and their children belong, have become the fastest growing segments of the electorate.
|This Map Shows All the Countries Where Voting Is Mandatory By Law|
It might seem weird to citizens of the United States - where only 58 percent of eligible voters cast ballots in the 2012 presidential election - but it's the way things are in 21 nations around the world.
|OAS Secretary General Inaugurates Latin American Democracy Forum in Mexico|
Organization of American States
The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Jose Miguel Insulza, and the President of Mexico, Enrique Pena Nieto, today opened the IV Latin American Democracy Forum, whose theme is "Governing the future. Latin American democracy in 2020.”
|Hispanic Group Offers US Politicians a List of How Not to Campaign|
Hispanically Speaking News
Hispanic Group, an independent, minority-owned advertising agency with expert knowledge of reaching Latinos, advises politicians to avoid basic marketing pitfalls when courting the Latino vote.
|Latest Presidential Polls: Global Opinion of Obama is Favorable, Though a Bit More Disillusioned|
The Pew Research Center has released a report measuring global opinion of President Obama. The results are rather sobering for how the world thinks and feels about the election.
|De la Isla: US Presidential Campaign Inaccuracies Will Haunt Us|
Hispanic Link News Service
In this presidential campaign, the very narrow scope of issues has led to questions and answers that read like propaganda. Partisan responses contain cliches that land so hard they almost cause welts. Insightful information and analysis are missing.
|Romney Vs Obama on Immigration|
Romney says he wants to increase immigration among highly skilled workers, cut red tape, and reform temporary work visas. He also wants to secure the borders and discourage illegals who are here now from staying. But the president says deportation will make America weaker, not stronger.
|Will Latino Voters Turn Out this November?|
Hispanically Speaking News
Campaigns and political observers are in agreement that Latino voters will be one of the key factors in this year’s presidential race.
|Americans in Mexico Ready to Vote in Upcoming US Elections|
Here's a report from Angela Kocherga from Houston station KHOU on Americans in San Miguel de Allende getting ready to cast their ballots in the 2012 elections.
|Close Election has American Expats Eager to Vote Absentee|
The cobble stoned streets of San Miguel de Allende may seem far from the campaign trail but hundreds of Americans call the colonial town home. And the close presidential election has many eager to exercise their right to vote absentee.
|What if the US Presidential Election is a Tie?|
How someone could win the popular vote and Electoral College, but still lose the election. Sounds crazy, right? It's happened before.
|Obama and Romney Don't Care About Latin America|
We are almost through another presidential election and there has been a complete lack of serious discussion about U.S. relations with Latin America. In other words, it's become evident that the candidates just don't care. Even if they should.
|The Earth Needs YOU This Election Season|
It’s time to turn up the pressure on those who seek to lead us. Let’s take heart in recalling that it was an aroused citizenry who set the environmental agenda for the last 40 years, resulting in the major environmental protections our citizens.
|Obama Slightly Down Among Latinos Post-Debate But Romney Stuck in Low 20s|
With little-to-no attention on Latino voters on the national level since the conventions, enthusiasm among Latinos voters has slightly dropped indicating the race may have turned more into a matter of turnout rather than candidate support.
|Obama vs. Romney: Immigration Reform|
In the presidential race, both candidates, President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney, believe the immigration system is broken and in need of reform. Both candidates also share some goals on how to reform the system. There are many differences as well.
|Obama Would Win a Worldwide Vote - By a Landslide|
In a 2012 election outside the United States, Barack Obama would beat Mitt Romney 65 percent to 18 percent, GlobalPost finds.
|Latino Voter Registration 'In High Gear' for Nov. 6 Election|
New America Media
A consortium of Latino organizations already has registered a quarter-million new Hispanic voters for this election cycle, and when combined with the multiplier effect, may bring as many 650,000 new Latino voters onto the rolls over the next few weeks.
|Ricky Martin Urges Latino Voters to Vote for Obama in Spanish Ad|
Hispanically Speaking News
Singer Ricky Martin asks Hispanics to vote for President Barack Obama’s reelection in a video in Spanish in which he says that the incumbent is "committed" to the Latino community.
|JetBlue Will Give You a Free Flight to Mexico if Your Candidate Doesn't Win the US Election|
On November 6th, America will elect the next U.S. president. If things don't go your way, don't worry. Here's your chance to get a free flight out of the country with JetBlue.
|Record Number of Gays Seeking Seats in US Congress|
Activists are excited about a record number of gays vying to win seats in the next Congress - and to make history in the process.
|Vote4Stuff - Selena Gomez, Benicio Del Toro Join Hollywood Stars in New Voter PSA|
Hispanically Speaking News
Benicio Del Toro and Selena Gomez are just some of the celebrities urging Americans to vote. The two Latino stars are joined by Ellen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Edward Norton, Leonardo DiCaprio, Zac Efron, Amanda Seyfried, and many more in a new PSA.
|Voting is the Easiest Way To Fight For Women's Rights|
This campaign season has seen a shocking amount of rhetoric in favor of curtailing rights many women across the United States have rightfully come to expect.
|Segregating American Citizenship - Latino Voter Disenfranchisement in 2012|
Hispanically Speaking News
A report finds that 23 states currently have legal barriers that disproportionately impact voter registration and participation by Latino citizens. These obstacles could deter or prevent more than 10 million Latino citizens from registering and voting in the 2012 elections.
|10 Million Hispanic Citizens May be Disenfranchised Thanks to GOP Voting Suppression|
A voter uses a digital voting machine during the presidential primary election in April 2012 in Maryland. Security flaws in voting technology in a number of US states could taint the outcome of the 2012 election.
|Women: Stand Up For Your Rights... Remember Your Grandmothers!|
'Bad Romance: Women's Suffrage' is a parody music video paying homage to Alice Paul and the generations of brave women who joined together in the fight to pass the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote in 1920.
|Online Election Game 'November Madness' Raises Awareness and Money for Charities|
Dr. Marty Stallone has created an online election game that will take advantage of the buzz around November's presidential election to raise a lot of money for a worthy charity.
|5 Issues the US Election Should Be About, and One to Drop|
Sarah van Gelder
Every election year, the two parties choose the agendas and issues to highlight and ballyhoo. Often it feels as though we citizens have little power to turn the conversation to the issues we want addressed. But that's not as true as it seems.
|US Election 2012: ACLU Launches 'Let Me Vote' Campaign|
With a pivotal election less than two months away, the ACLU is launching "Let Me Vote," a nationwide voting rights campaign to make sure all Americans have the information they need in order to vote.
|Should You Vote For Romney?|
Wake The Beast
A lot of people still don't know whom to vote for. Comedian Matt Braunger shares his thoughts and takes you through his step-by-step process to help you make a decision.
| US Day of Rage: One Citizen. One Dollar. One Vote.|
Free and fair elections remedy myriad ills and abuses of a government that preys on the resources and spirits of its citizens.
|Catholic Hispanic Group Releases 'Voter's Guide' Ahead of 2012 US Presidential Election|
Hispanically Speaking News
A Catholic Hispanic group has released a voter's guide to assist their community in being a part of the U.S. democratic process.
|Poll Says Obama Has Huge Lead Among Hispanics|
Hispanically Speaking News
Barack Obama and his vice president and running mate, Joe Biden, would receive the support of a robust 63 percent of Hispanic voters compared with 28 percent who would vote for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan if the election were held today.
|Voter ID Laws May Stop US Hispanics From Voting|
The Latino community in the United States faces a series of challenges to vote in the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
|How Rock the Vote is Shaping (and Shaking Up) the 2012 Electorate|
With a new campaign targeting 1.5 million new voters, Rock the Vote is hitting Old Government where it hurts: through digital and mobile devices.
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