Volunteers laugh during a 2020 meeting of Jolt, a nonprofit that works to increase civic participation of Latinos in Texas. Mark Felix/AFP/AFP via Getty Images

There’s no one ‘Latino vote.’ Religion and geography add to voters’ diversity | Opinion

BY: - October 25, 2022

Historically, U.S. Latinos have mostly been Catholic. But the numbers have recently changed, which has implications for political affiliation.


Pa.’s Latino voters won’t be taken for granted this campaign season | Wednesday Morning Coffee

BY: - August 24, 2022

'Latino voters are not apathetic. But they are unconvinced,' one advocate said.

Pa.’s Latino community has growing political clout – and they’re going to use it | Analysis

BY: - November 23, 2021

By Harrison Cann Pennsylvania is changing and politicians have to catch up. The 2020 census results revealed more than just how voting maps may be drawn, but they also showed the growing influence of Latino voters in Pennsylvania politics. “The truth of the matter is that from here on out there is no candidate who […]

Pittsburgh’s Latino immigrant community reacts to Biden’s win with optimism, realism

BY: - December 3, 2020

Pittsburgh's Latinos are encouraged, but they also are hyper-aware of the limits of Biden’s victory.


The ‘Latino vote’ is 32M Americans with diverse political opinions and national origins | Analysis

BY: - November 10, 2020

Pundits are expressing surprise that so many Latinos voted for Donald Trump. They shouldn't be. The voting bloc is hardly monolithic.