The nominees to lead the two major political parties in the United States into Novemberâ€™s presidential election were chosen at their respective conventions in July. At left, Hillary Clinton was officially made the nominee for president by the Democratic Party, along with her vice presidential choice Tim Kaine. At right, Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, greets his running mate Mike Pence.
Clinton maintains strong lead in U.S., Florida and Miami-Dade. MIAMI (Sept. 1, 2016) â€“ While Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton maintains a strong lead among Hispanic voters nationally, preference for the category of â€œother candidateâ€ has surpassed support for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election for the second week in a row, according to the New Latino Voice voter poll. Fourteen percent of survey respondents said they would vote for an unnamed â€œother candidateâ€ if the election were held today, while 11 percent chose Trump, according to the weekly public opinion poll conducted by FIU in partnership with Adsmovil, a mobile advertising company that specializes in reaching Latinos in the U.S.
Special National Voter Registration Day event will encourage voter registration and participation in advance of November General Election. Miami, Sept. 1, 2016 â€“ To celebrate National Voter Registration Day, Miami Dade College (MDC) will join several key local and national partners including the League of Women Voters, Engage Miami, See Her Vote, New Florida Majority, the Bus Federation, and others to host a major rally to encourage voter registration and participation on Tuesday, Sept. 27, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at its North Campus. The program will feature elected officials, college leaders, students, community leaders and the Miami-Dade Supervisor of Elections Christina White.
PHILADELPHIA - Pennsylvania â€“ Where does United States presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton stand on issues of importance to Caribbean immigrants in America and the Caribbean region? Here are some things Caribbean American voters should know: