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  • Why is it important to vote in 2024?

    José López Zamorano La Red Hispana “Politics is the art of the possible, the attainable, the art of the best.” The phrase was coined by the military man and politician Otto von Bismarck, credited with the feat of achieving the reunification of Germany in 1871. More than 150 years...
  • Encuesta: Mujeres en CA mayores de 40 años, muy propensas a votar

    Casi el 80% de las mujeres californianas de 40 años o más dicen estar muy motivadas para votar, según una nueva encuesta de AARP. Los investigadores de la nueva encuesta She’s the Difference California encuestaron a 1600 mujeres y descubrieron que muchas están muy preocupadas por las divisiones políticas. Kate Bridges,...
  • Survey: CA women age 40-plus highly likely to vote

    Nearly 80% of California women age 40 and older say they are highly motivated to vote, according to a new survey from AARP. Researchers for the new “She’s the Difference” California survey polled 1,600 women and found many are highly concerned about political divisions. Kate Bridges, senior research adviser for AARP,...
  • UFW gana la primera votación del sindicato de trabajadores agrícolas bajo la nueva ley de California

    Nicole Foy CalMatters Los trabajadores de una granja de tomates y una empresa empacadora del condado de Stanislaus son los primeros en sindicalizarse exitosamente bajo una nueva ley de California que facilita la organización de los trabajadores agrícolas, dijo el sindicato United Farm Workers. El sindicato informó que la...
  • UFW wins first farmworker union vote under new California law

    Nicole Foy CalMatters Workers at a Stanislaus County tomato farm and packing company are the first to successfully unionize under a new California law making it easier for farmworkers to organize, the United Farm Workers said today. The union said California’s Agricultural Labor Relations Board certified the election petition...
  • The future of the Latino vote

    Every 4 years, in each presidential election cycle we hear something like this: the Latino vote is going to define the electoral result. Everything seems to indicate that 2024 will not be the exception. According to most experts, the next presidential elections will be defined in 6 battleground states:...
  • How the economic situation affects the Latino vote

    The Latino vote has proven to be a critical component of the US political landscape in recent decades. As the Hispanic community continues to grow in size and diversity, its electoral influence has become increasingly significant. However, a matter of great interest and complexity is how the country’s economic...
  • 12 Reasons to vote on November 8

    Still don’t know whether to vote? We give you 12 reasons to exercise your right to vote this November 8. 1 – Because the vote has consequences in all aspects of your life: your health, your pocketbook, the future of your family and your community, and even the air...
  • Up for a vote, the other “green” economy

    In the final stretch towards the November 8 elections, the theme of the green economy, that is, the creation of millions of sustainable jobs from the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), is one of the main rallying cries of the Democrats. Less visible, but just as important from a social...
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