This Salvadoran couple has lived in the United States for nearly 30 years. But the 2016 election marks their first vote.
Democrats hope to mobilize Texas's growing Latino population to vote in November's midterm elections. The state is poised to send two Hispanic women to the national legislature for the first time ever.
Thirteen people and three companies have been charged with political tampering, bank fraud and aggravated identity theft. The indictment said some defendants communicated with unwitting members of the Trump campaign.
Russia's Internet Research Agency employed fake accounts to turn African-American voters against Hillary Clinton and depress their turnout, a study has found. The NAACP has called for a week-long boycott of Facebook.
Only a fraction of the 11 million Mexicans in the US will vote in their homeland's presidential election. But that doesn't mean the others don't have opinions, especially about Manuel Lopez Obrador and Donald Trump.
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