LATINA VIEW: We Sent an Election Day Message, but Will Politicians Hear Us?
LATINA VIEW: We Sent an Election Day Message, but Will Politicians Hear Us?
By Galina Espinoza | 11/09/2010 - 12:00

It has been a week since the polls closed on this year’s mid-term elections, and during that time pundits have talked about everything from the amount of money spent collectively on federal campaigns (nearly $4 billion, a record), to the number of political ads that aired on TV (more than 1.4 million in October, an all-time high), to, oh right, what the results might mean for America (in a nutshell: we voted for “change,” whatever that means).


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Early Voting Up by 13% Among Latinos
The Latino Vote: Did We Make a Difference?
By Mariela Rosario | 11/03/2010 - 13:00

Contrary to popular belief, Latinos did, in fact, turn out to vote yesterday. In fact, we made a big difference in key races in California, Nevada and Florida.


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Latino Political Firsts
By Stacey Rivera | 11/03/2010 - 10:00

With Susana Martinez being elected the first Latina governor in the history of the United States and Brian Sandoval becoming the first Hispanic to win a gubernatorial seat in Nevada, we started thinking about the historical implications of  these election results.


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LIVE STREAM: Follow the Election Results!
By Mariela Rosario | 11/02/2010 - 20:00

Follow PBS NewsHour’s live coverage of the 2010 election results, hosted by Jim Lehrer and featuring political columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks and be sure to join in on the conversation below!


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