Author: Anthony Ramos

  • Can Democratic Candidate Andrew Gillum Win the Florida Gubernatorial Election?

    Note: Percentages are for eligible voters; citizens 18 years of age or older. Source: US Census Bureau Voting and Registration in the Election of November 2016. NEW YORK, September 24, 2018— The Graduate Center of The City University of New York’s Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies (CLACLS) has released a report on the feasibility of Florida gubernatorial…

  • New Reports on the Gubernatorial Race in Georgia and the Puerto Rican Vote in Florida

    Report: Can Stacy Abrams, a black woman in a former slave state, win the next Georgia gubernatorial election? The answer is yes, but only under particular circumstances which may not be too far-fetched. This new CLACLS report, written by the Executive Director Laird W. Bergad, examines the voter registration rates for the state of Georgia and…

  • Latino Voters in Long Island

    CLACLS released a new report on the 2018 Mid-Term Election results analyzing voter participation rates by race, ethnicity, and age in four key states: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, and Texas. The report highlights that if Democratic demographic constituencies – African Americans, Latinos, and young voters between 18 and 29 years of age – would have voted…

  • Can Beto O’Rourke Defeat Ted Cruz in the November 2018 Texas Senatorial Race?

    The newest CLACLS report studies the upcoming senatorial race in Texas. Latinos in that state now are as numerous as non-Hispanic whites in the state. However, while over 62% of non-Hispanic whites voted in the 2016 presidential election, only 40% of eligible Latino voters went to the polls. View Report

  • The 2018 Mid-Term Elections; Who Voted in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, and Texas?

    CLACLS released a new report on the 2018 Mid-Term Election results analyzing voter participation rates by race, ethnicity, and age in four key states: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, and Texas. The report highlights that if Democratic demographic constituencies – African Americans, Latinos, and young voters between 18 and 29 years of age – would have voted…

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