According to Voxxi, the Republican National Committee is hiring Izzy Santa, former deputy communications director for Mitt Romney’s Ohio campaign and communications director for the… Read More »The Republican National Committee Hires Izzy Santa
In 10 things the GOP can do to turn the tide with Latino voters, Samuel Rosado and Brittney Morrett list some steps Republicans could take to improve their position with Hispanic voters in the U.S., including making Puerto Rico the 51st state.Read More »Can the GOP Woo the Latino Vote?
We recently published a post documenting Republican support for Puerto Rican statehood, beginning with presidential candidate Mitt Romney and extending back decades to include Republican Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and Gerald Ford.Read More »Support for Statehood: A Bipartisan Tradition in Congress and the White House
Recent gains by presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Florida are prompting some analysts to question whether either campaign should continue to pour resources into the state during the final weeks of the campaign. Florida, the thinking goes, has moved into the Republican column, while President Obama’s relative strength elsewhere makes the state less important for a Democratic victory.Read More »America for All Americans
Caribbean Business is reporting that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign website is now posting a promise to advance statehood for Puerto Rico if even a slim majority choose that option in the upcoming plebiscite vote. Read More »Romney Would Advance Statehood with Slim Majority Support
Puerto Rico’s first lady Luce Vela Fortuño introduced Ann Romney at the Republican Convention in Tampa last night, first highlighting Governor Luis Fortuño’s “success story of fiscal responsibility.. and compassionate attention to a social and faith-based agenda of unprecedented reach and consequence.”Read More »Fortuño and Vela at the Republican Convention