Awash in the Mainstream: Latino Politics in the 1996 Elections

By Rodolfo O. de la Garza; Louis DeSipio | Go to book overview

Index
Abortion legislation, 127, 147, 148
Absentee ballots, 36, 78-79
Adelante con Clinton-Gore!, 9, 16, 19, 25, 39, 40, 88, 109, 200, 201, 230
Administration, Latinos in, 4, 16, 19, 38-39, 54-55
Advocacy, 66, 133-134
Affirmative action, 20, 107, 112, 180-184, 228
African Americans
linked with Latinos, 14-16
Proposition 209 and, 181, 183
voting by, 9, 218, 241, 256
Alamo strategy, 139-140, 149
Alarcon, Richard, 174
Albright, Madeleine, 229
Alexander, Lamar, 79, 105, 223, 224, 225
Allard, Wayne, 111
Amendment 17, 112
American Conservative Union, 177
American National Election Survey, 14
Anaya, Tony, 88
Aragon, Manny, 88, 97
Arizonz, 73
ballot initiatives, 124-127
Democratic party and, 119, 122-123, 131
electoral participation, 32
general election, 121-123
issues and, 121-122, 124-127
Latino population, 118, 119-120, 132-133
Latino precincts, 127-131
polls, 121-122
Republican party and, 118, 119, 121, 131
Senate campaign, 131
state legislature, 119-120
voter registration, 123-124, 132
voter turnout, 123-124, 126-127, 129-130, 132
Armando Gutiérrez & Associates. See Gutiérrez & Associates
Attlesey, Sam, 155
Baca, E. Shirley, 80, 82-83, 96
Barberena, Laura, 52, 58
Barrientos, Gonzalo, 159
Bayh, Evan, 22
Beatty, Mike, 104
Becerra, Xavier, 222
Bendixen & Associates, 52
Betancourt, Annie, 230
Bilingual education, 85
Blagojevich, Rod, 205
Bloc voting, 125-133, 139, 150, 160, 170, 176, 245-246
Bonilla, Henry, 21, 140, 147, 158
Brown, George E., 178-179
Brown, Kathleen, 171
Bryant, John, 154
Buchanan, Pat, 17, 18, 79, 105, 121, 255, 257
Florida and, 225, 227, 228
Burnham, Walter Dean, 32
Burton, Dan, 221, 222
Bush, George, 11, 16, 150, 203, 204
Arizona and, 120, 131, 133
Colorado and, 102, 104
Cuban Americans and, 218, 220, 233

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