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Will Hillary Clinton Get The Hispanic Vote?

The Hispanic vote is more important than ever, and with Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush in the race, Hillary Clinton faces a serious challenge. Will Clinton be able to win the Hispanic vote?

a full 79% of writers and pundits say yes
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Will Hillary Clinton Get The Hispanic Vote?  

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last 24 hours | thedailybeast
Hillary's Unqualified Top VP Choice - Daily Beast

"...Let's get this out of the way early: Hillary Clinton's rumored No. 1 choice for vice president would be the least-qualified nominee for the job in decades.Sure, it's a little early to play Hillary veepstakes, but when you don't really have a primary to worry about, you get speculation like this: During a Spanish-language interview with Univision's Al Punto the other day, Henry Cisneros, Bill Clinton's former HUD secretary, predicted current HUD Secretary Juli n Castro would be Hillary Clinton's running mate in 2016.Castro's the first person on their list, Cisneros averred. They don't have a second option, he added, because he is the superior candidate considering his record, personality, demeanor, and Latin heritage. This, of course, isn't a novel idea. Just months ago, my Daily Beast colleague Eleanor Clift speculated Castro is in VP Training Camp. ..." see full article

1367 days ago | latimes
Latino voters in states like Nevada see new attention from candidates for 2016 - Los Angeles Times
"...If a Democrat hopes to be president, he or she must not only reassemble Obama's winning coalition, which included Latinos and other minorities, but ensure that those voters turn out in robust numbers. Clinton's immigration proposals seem calculated to do just that, leaving Republicans the unpalatable choice of seconding her views and alienating their conservative base or rejecting them and risking further estrangement from Latino voters...." see full article

1376 days ago | thehill
Hillary's immigration move has risks, rewards - The Hill

"...Clinton's comments amounted to a taunt against Bush and Rubio, whose support for legal status for undocumented workers falls short of Clinton's new demands. She said their position is code for second-class status."..." see full article

1377 days ago | newsmax
GOP Will Lose in 2016 Without Sensible Immigration Reform - Newsmax
"...But unfortunately, the Republican desire for immigration reform and inclusive outreach in general has splintered. That's why I fear the GOP may blow an election it absolutely should win...." see full article

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1377 days ago | salon
Marco Rubio's Hispanic debacle: How Hillary Clinton just made life hell for ... - Salon

"...Clinton's message came as something of a welcome surprise to immigration activists and liberal voters who remembered the Hillary Clinton of 2007 who hemmed, hawed, and dodged her way around issues of undocumented immigration. She also seems to have tripped up a few of the same Republicans candidates she criticized...." see full article

1378 days ago | politico
Hillary Clinton's election to lose - Politico (blog)

"...On Nov. 8, 2016, Clinton will start start with a minimum 247 of the 270 electoral votes she needs to win. If you give her Colorado and Virginia which many political strategists would, given the Hispanic population in one and the rising influence of the northern-centered population in the other she'll start with 269. That means Clinton doesn't need Ohio or Florida. ..." see full article

1378 days ago | csmonitor
What's really behind Hillary Clinton's immigration gambit? 
"...In one fell swoop, Clinton distanced herself from her own past on immigration, her husband's record, and President Obama. But most important, she staked out a position that goes well beyond anyone in the Republican presidential field...." see full article

1378 days ago | latintimes
Hillary Clinton On Immigration: Why The Latino Vote Wont Be Free
"... If Hillary wants to win the Latino vote overwhelmingly, she'll have to identify closer with the 2015 Obama than the 2012 Obama. With potential competition from Hispanic or pro-immigration republicans, what won't be a guarantee...." see full article

1378 days ago | bloomberg
Hillary Clinton's Immigration Stance May Haunt Republicans Until Election Day
"...Clinton's move on Tuesday to not just make immigration reform a central issue so early in her presidential campaign but to also appeal directly to immigration activists is a reminder of how crucial the Hispanic vote has been for Democrats, and highlights the long road Republicans have with that voting bloc, even if they pick Bush as their nominee...." see full article

1378 days ago | bustle
Jeb Bush's Cinco De Mayo Push Won't Hijack The Latino Vote Like Hillary Clinton's Immigration Reform Speech Might
"...But while Bush might score better than many of his likely GOP contenders for the party's nomination, Democratic frontrunner and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton remains a favorite in the Latino community  a standing that she further cemented by coming out in support of aggressive immigration reforms and an end to the Obama administration's mass detention policy Tuesday...." see full article

1378 days ago | washingtonpost
Why a Clinton victory in 2016 could expand the power of the presidency

"...The speech had clear political advantages for Clinton. Her position could restore enthusiasm to a Hispanic electorate hopeful more can be done on immigration, while exploiting Republicans' vulnerability on the issue...." see full article

1378 days ago | salon
Goodbye to all that: Hillary ditches the caution that helped doom her 2008 campaign

"...That cautious Hillary Clinton is gone, especially on immigration issues. Her bold promise to expand President Obama's executive actions on immigration (she already came out for drivers' licenses last month), combined with her speech calling for an end to the era of mass incarceration, shows that Clinton plans to embrace two of the movements that have emerged in the Obama years, on immigration and criminal justice reform...." see full article

1378 days ago | vox
What immigration activists want from Hillary Clinton

"...Clinton's appeal to immigration advocates has to go beyond the safe politics of comprehensive immigration reform and take a few risks to ensure their support. Her first speech on the topic indicated that's exactly what she'll do...." see full article

1378 days ago | america.aljazeera
Latino activists press Hillary Clinton on major Pacific trade pact - Al Jazeera America
"...As far as some advocates are concerned, supporting immigration reform without opposing the Trans-Pacific Partnership is counterproductive. And as much as the Clinton campaign seems to be courting the crucial Hispanic vote in 2016 a key part of Obama's winning coalition in 2008 and 2012 for some Latino activists, it falls short...." see full article

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