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HLN Commemorates Hispanic Heritage Month

The Hispanic Leadership Network co-chairs, Governor Jeb Bush and Secretary Carlos Gutierrez released the following statement on the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month: “For generations, Hispanics have been a part of the American fabric. We honor their many contributions to America during Hispanic Heritage Month. “Across this nation, Hispanics have enriched the American experience for [...]

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New TV Ad: Florida Surge

The American Action Network (@AAN) launched a $50,000 television advertising campaign in Florida today thanking Sen. Marco Rubio for keeping his promise and supporting legislation that secures the border. The ad, “Florida Surge,” details some of the key border surge components of S.744 that passed last week. “Florida Surge” will run solely on the Fox [...]

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New TV Ad: Florida Surge

The American Action Network (@AAN) launched a $50,000 television advertising campaign in Florida today thanking Sen. Marco Rubio for keeping his promise and supporting legislation that secures the border. The ad, “Florida Surge,” details some of the key border surge components of S.744 that passed last week. “Florida Surge” will run solely on the Fox [...]

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NBC Latino: Expanding Latino outreach, RNC names Jennifer Sevilla Korn as deputy political director

by Sandra Lilley, @sandralilley  As the Republican party continues to work on its outreach to Latino voters, the Republican National Committee (RNC) announced today it has named Jennifer Sevilla Korn as Deputy Political Director and National Field Director for Hispanic Initiatives. “Jennifer will play a key role in directing our Hispanic engagement efforts to ensure that Republicans are building new relationships in [...]

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Rosario Marin: Fiscal Cliff Deal is not a Gentlemen’s Agreement

When I was growing up in Mexico, there was a comedian who, when he found himself in a predicament, would voice, “no se si reír, llorar o ponerme a rezar,” which translates to: “I don’t know whether to laugh, cry or just kneel down and pray”. Funny to say it, but that’s exactly how I [...]

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Rosario Marin: Lead Now, Mr. President, Otherwise Take us Down the Cliff

México has a new president; over the weekend Enrique Peña Nieto was sworn in. Next January 20th, Barak Hussein Obama will be sworn in for his second and last term as president of the United States. A new era begins for the two neighboring countries, México and the United States. My eyes became wide open [...]

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Conservatives Respond to the Heritage Foundation Immigration Study

Senator Marco Rubio “The study is not a legitimate study. It overestimates the number of people that are going to be counted in the system…it includes four million kids that are already living here now…a quarter of the costs are for traffic and police and…public services that are already being provided. The bottom line is, [...]

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Infographic: Increasing Border Security

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