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It's not just Paul Ryan who's hard to win over. Donald Trump faces struggle for unity in key states

Still, Trump faces the more serious breach — a political revolt with few parallels in modern times — and the more difficult task of building competitive ... can improve his standing with women and ... read more

Gomez a poster boy with no poster

When Gabriel Gomez won the April ... Republicans who are working hard to solve the party's "Latino problem," one that hit a national low last November when Mitt Romney could only garner around 28 ... read more

The 25 most innovative CMOs in the world in 2019

Keeping a brand that's over 100 years old relevant is no easy feat, but this 16-year veteran has delivered on the task through the ... with help from Gomez and his team. Gomez's team uses quantitative ... read more

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What it will take for a Democratic Dallas sheriff to be governor

Abbott very much wants to win the Latino vote in Texas ... "What we've seen is a parade of Democratic candidates over the last several cycles that are one run and out." Henson said Valdez will also ... read more

A Changing America Faces A Stark Choice This Election

They are winning over the growing share of non-white voters, while seeing an ... if not impossible, task of trying to bridge the left-right divide to govern on serious, important issues they will face ... read more

Democrats fear reliving 2010 race that elected Brown

Markey, of course, starts the general election with some significant advantages over Gomez ... of Bay State voters, nearly 53 percent, are unenrolled. Gomez gives Republicans two things the national ... read more

Vulnerable Republicans Try to Navigate Immigration

Doing something to help those immigrants, also known as Dreamers, could win over some voters in their ... especially in districts with large Latino populations — may have to confront a hard question: ... read more

Jimmy Gomez will be L.A.'s next congressman. His first order of business will be bringing the 34th District together

But after a divisive campaign that grew increasingly negative on both sides, and a closely watched vote that hinged in part on ethnic politics, Gomez said one of his first tasks would be ... crossover ... read more

Obama faces narrower path to 2012 re-election

Bush’s tight 2004 re-election win over Democrat John Kerry. The sputtering economy and unhappiness with Obama’s leadership have battered his popularity nationwide, hitting him particularly hard in ... read more

‘Linea Directa’ — a direct line to D.C.-area Latinos for 25 years

The riots “made an invisible community visible,” recalls Pedro Aviles, a longtime community activist who led the Latino Civil Rights Task Force that Pratt ... Although the number of eligible Hispanic ... read more

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