Crushing On...Romeo
Crushing On...Romeo
By Latina Staff | 05/11/2011 - 16:00

This week, you're all crushing on Aventura frontman Romeo.


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VOTE! Who Are You Crushing On This Week?
VOTE! Who Are You Crushing On This Week?
By Latina Staff | 05/02/2011 - 12:30

This week might be our hardest crushing on vote so far! First up is J.Lo’s pick, William Levy.

William Levy

Maybe you didn’t know who this gorgeous Cuban actor was before, but Levy was lucky enough to be chosen by La Lopez for her new music video “I’m Into You” which premiered this morning on the Today show. Telenovela fans should recognize him as the galan from their favorite shows.

Enrique Iglesias


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VOTE! Who Are You Crushing On This Week?
VOTE! Who Are You Crushing On This Week?
By Latina Staff | 04/18/2011 - 12:00

Be sure to vote for your crush of the week!


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VOTE! Who Are You Crushing On This Week?
VOTE! Who Are You Crushing On This Week?
By Latina Staff | 03/14/2011 - 13:45

Michael Peña
The Mexican American actor is in this weeks #1 movie Battle Los Angeles, and is starring in the upcoming drama Lincoln Lawyer alongside Matthew McConaughey and John Leguizamo.

Scotty Mccreery
The American Idol contestant is part Puerto Rican and has a voice that makes the ladies swoon. As Jennifer Lopez said, he ‘makes a girl from the Bronx love country music.’

Julio Briceño


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VOTE! Who Are You Crushing On This Week?
VOTE! Who Are You Crushing On This Week?
By Mariela Rosario | 02/28/2011 - 17:00

This weekend brought us the end of awards season, and with that Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz's first public appearance together since the birth of their baby,  and let us just say, fatherhood look good on Javier. We thought we'd take a minute to appreciate all the dapper gentlemen who were out and about and making news this past week:

Javier Bardem: This proud new papa looked like a old-school gentlemen at the 2011 Oscar Awards. Swoon...


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Latino Leaders Raise Awareness of Congressional Redistricting
Latino Leaders Raise Awareness of Congressional Redistricting
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 02/15/2011 - 15:45

It’s time for Latinos to put on their boxing gloves and get ready to fight: It’s redistricting time and the stakes for our political clout have never been higher —say Latino leaders.

“Because of the size of the Latino population, this redistricting will determine the political destiny of Latinos for the next 10 years,” says Rosalind Gold, senior director of policy, research and advocacy for the National Association of Latino Elected Officials. “We need to make sure that our growth in population translates into political opportunities.”


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VOTE! Who Are You Crushing on this Week?
VOTE! Who Are You Crushing on this Week?
By Latina Staff | 02/08/2011 - 12:20

In honor of New York Fashion Week coming up in the next couple of days, we thought male models would be appropriate for this weeks Crushing On. Remember, you pick the winner, so vote on your favorite model. The person with the highest vote will be featured as our Crush on Wednesday. Don't forget to tell us who you picked and why on our Facebook page!  

1) Andres Velencosco Segura (Spanish)


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Republicans Urge Latinos Not to Vote in Nevada
Republicans Urge Latinos Not to Vote in Nevada
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 10/20/2010 - 16:45

As if a recent Pew Hispanic Center report stating that half of Latino registered voters plan not to vote on November 2 weren’t shocking enough, now a Republican group calling itself Latinos for Reform, headed by Robert de Posada, is actually encouraging a poll boycott in online and TV ads.


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ELECTION 2008: The Finish Line
By Mariela Rosario | 11/03/2008 - 15:25

Are you freaking out as much as we all are? It seems like this election has been going on FOREVER and now, finally, we are at the end of the race. A nervous anticipation grips our country as the world eagerly waits to learn who will be the next President of the United States. International leaders have even weighed in, for the most part enormously in favor of the leading presidential nominee, Barack Obama.


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Republican Party Lawyer Intimidating Latino Voters in New Mexico
By Mariela Rosario | 10/24/2008 - 13:35

You've certainly heard about ACORN, but have you been keeping tabs on the voter suppression techniques that are being exploited to keep Latinos out of the booths? A perfect example of this can be found in New Mexico, a state that is approximately 40% Latino, giving it the honor of being the most "Latin" state of the union. Among those 1 million Latino residents, almost 70% will be supporting Barack Obama come Nov. 4th. This may be scaring some Republican operatives in the state who have launched a campaign of voter intimidation.


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