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The Ethnic Voter

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Obama Fails Hispanics

La Prensa-San Diego, Commentary, Raoul Lowery Contreras, Dec 09, 2008

Obama, who has never visited Latin America, not even Tijuana, seems to be proving that he wouldnt know a Hispanic if he tripped on one, writes the commentator.

Interview: First Vietnamese American Elected to Congress

New America Media, Q&A, Viji Sundaram, Dec 09, 2008

The day after he became the first Vietnamese American elected to U.S. Congress, Anh Joseph Cao sat down with New America Media editor Viji Sundaram to discuss his rise to power and what he plans to do.

Ousting of Louisiana Congressman Not About Race

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Dec 09, 2008

If ever there was a case that screamed for scrubbing race from politics, it was the case of Louisiana Congressman William Jefferson, writes the commentator.

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School Boards Launch Many California Politicians' Careers

New America Media, News feature, Annette Fuentes, Dec 03, 2008

School board politics in California can be hotly contested as many politicians have started their careers by trying to get elected as board members.

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My Gay Problem, Your Black Problem

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Dec 02, 2008

Tensions between gay rights and black civil rights activists flared last week. Derogatory terms were used on both sides, which stirred deep and personal disgust in writer Earl Ofari Hutchinson.

Poll: Latino Voters Expect Great Things from Obama

La Opinin, News Digest, Nov 20, 2008

A national bilingual poll by ImpreMedia and the NALEO Educational Fund found that Latinos who voted in the 2008 presidential elections have high hopes for and high expectations of Barack Obama.

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Focus on APA Appointments in Obama Administration

Nichi Bei Times, News Report, Kenji G. Taguma, Nov 17, 2008

Asian Pacific Americans are jockeying for key positions in the incoming administration of President-elect Barack Obama.

Obama: Face of Americas Mestisaje

Eastern Group Publications, Commentary, Yolanda Nava, Nov 14, 2008

The election of Barack Obama presents Americas new face as a mestizo (mixed race) nation, something those who grew up near the U.S.-Mexican border have long been aware of.

Hispanics Considered Key to Prop. 8 Battle

Hispanic Business, News Report, Jessica Haro, Nov 09, 2008

Proposition 8, which amends the California constitution to prevent same-sex couples from getting married, passed 52 percent to 48 percent. Fifty-three percent of Hispanics voted in favor of the proposition.

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Somali Voter-Influence Claims Raise More Questions Than Answers

Minnesota Independent, News Report, Molly Priesmeyer, Nov 09, 2008

Omar Jamal, head of the Somali Justice Advocacy Center, told KSTP news that as many as 500 people were either persuaded or misled to vote for Al Franken at the Brian Coyle Center on Tuesday.

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