OC Register - Aug 21, 2013
Why the GOP can't attract more minorities
Too many high-profile Republicans make offensive remarks.
Santa Cruz Sentine - Aug 19, 2013
Republicans eager to get the word out — en español
The proper way to say sequester — and debt ceiling, border security and other key phrases — has become a pressing concern for many Republicans, who worry that they are increasingly unable to make their case on the issues to the nation's fast-growing Latino bloc simply because they are unable to speak their language.
Sacramento Bee - Aug 1, 2013
Denham shaping immigration stance to district demographics
WASHINGTON -- Immigration matters more than ever to Republican Rep. Jeff Denham, as the conservative California lawmaker adjusts to a San Joaquin Valley district with a large Hispanic population.
Washington Times - Jul 29, 2013
HISPANIC WIN: 'California can be Republican again
According to the logic of politics, Leticia Perez should have handily won the heavily Democratic and Hispanic district in California’s central valley, and her failure to do so has Republicans eager to develop a victory template for struggling GOP candidates elsewhere in the deep-blue state and across the country.
Pasadena Patch - Apr 15, 2013
The California Republican National Hispanic Assembly (CA- RNHA), Chairman Errol Valladares is happy to announce the launch of the new Pasadena chapter, serving the Pasadena area and surrounding communities.
Sacramento Bee - Mar 8, 2013
Latino Republican group touts California election wins
GROW Elect, an organization that seeks to identify and help promising Hispanic conservatives running for public office, touted its role in three local elections: