Stone is not alone in his belief that Trump should speak in Miami, which would represent a shocking departure from the norm of U.S. presidential politics and send shockwaves from Cuba to the White House.
From communism and socialism, to AOC and Black Lives Matter, the coverage amplified on Spanish-language radio, TV, and platforms like WhatsApp is problematic for Democrats.
"[Cuban refugees] have a hundred-times stronger case for political persecution leaving a communist dictatorship than the other migrants who are coming across the border," Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis told Fox News.
"We are asking you to come to Miami, the home of the Cuban-American community, and hear the cries of our friends and family on the island."
The Democrat running for Congress says his candidacy can be the antidote to a restrictive voting law in Arizona pushed by Republicans.
As the protests against Cuba's communist dictatorship ramp up, citizens of the island nation have taken to social media to plead for help.
The Biden administration statement and immediate Republican response from Senator Marco Rubio was just a preview of how domestic politics is inextricably linked to U.S.-Cuba foreign policy.
Joe Lombardo ran as a centrist in a nonpartisan sheriff's race. Now as he dials up red meat for Republicans, Democrats and activists say he'll say anything to win a race to the bottom.
The moves thus far have involved beefing up the team around the governor, but with an eye on early primary contests like Iowa.
Many in politics are happy to ignore former president Donald Trump now that he has been banished from most social media networks, but his return to the Texas border June 30 has led Latino groups and activists to mobilize against him once again.
While Vice President Harris meets with Dreamers and care workers Tuesday, a top Biden outside group is making the argument in a new ad and through polling that Americans are fully behind legalizing Dreamers, and legislation must move.
Fried touted being an advocate for criminal justice reform, taking on the NRA, and fighting to protect the environment—but only in English—until Newsweek asked about the discrepancy.
Harris tough talk reverberated among immigration organizations, advocates, and even Hollywood allies of the White House, with a belief that Harris trip was overshadowed by comments many believed to be aimed more at appeasing intractable Republicans than anyone else.
A restrictive Florida election law signed by Governor Ron DeSantis has left groups scrambling to re-educate voters on what the changes mean, and calls for Democratic donors to step in and help with growing costs.
A Demings advisor said that from the outset her operation understands the critical importance of speaking to Latino voters or risk the failures that have doomed the party in Florida.
As vaccinations continue and states fully reopen, a new $100 million initiative seeks to bring together nonprofits and Fortune 1000 companies to ensure Hispanics are not left behind.
'I believe all means all. So when there are students that are here that need to be educated, we have an obligation. Whether or not that means they have different rights, I'll leave that to others. But when it comes to education, every student should get an education when they're here."
The Ad Council's tagline "It's Up To You," will now be tested on vaccine-hesitant Latinos, using a data-driven approach for a community that is open to the shot but may need their questions answered by medical experts before agreeing to get it.
The White House and allies have recently embraced a strategy to push for reforms by highlighting popular planks of an immigration agenda that has been stalled for months.
With immigration reform stalled, the chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus sat down for an interview with Newsweek to talk about his White House meeting to move immigration forward even without Republicans, the state of the Latino vote, and more.
Senator Marco Rubio believes the truth is out there and he wants to get past the UFO jokes to make sure the national security of the United States isn't threatened in any way, he told Newsweek.
Not many states are fortunate to have an economic engine like Vegas they can rev up when the time is right, and with long lines at job fairs and a hiring spree underway, it would seem to be a good time to be an incumbent up for reelection. But that isn't necessarily the case for Sisolak.
Nevada political observers say the fractured state party faces a difficult path forward with the midterm elections coming next year, and a looming Las Vegas congressional primary race in particular threatens to further expose the raw nerve.
Brendan Carr is calling on acting FCC chair, Jessica Rosenworcel, to speak out on a pressure campaign from Democratic lawmakers against the sale of a Miami radio station because she denounced pressure from Donald Trump previously.
When comparing Arizona's two influential moderate Democratic senators, Latino activists say only Mark Kelly gives Hispanic community members the time of day, but the history is more complicated than that.
United We Dream, along with partner groups, will hold a "day of action" as part of its "Undeniable!" campaign, urging the White House and Democrats to pursue a 51-vote strategy on a path to citizenship, effectively abandoning working with Republicans on the issue.
The new Build Back Together non-profit has set out to tell the story of what the passage of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan means for voters, with an unprecedented early focus on selling it to Latino voters, Newsweek has learned.
In states with some of the largest Latino electorates in the country, from Florida, to Texas, and Arizona, GOP-led bills seek to curtail voting.
The digital ad buy targeting Senate Democrats in their home states argues that they should work to deliver a pathway to citizenship even if Republicans are not on board.
The members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus responded after a Newsweek report detailed how America CV bought Radio Caracol and immediately fired its Democratic host despite his running its top-rated show.