3 edition of National roster of Spanish surnamed elected officials found in the catalog.
National roster of Spanish surnamed elected officials
Frank C. Lemus
|Statement||[compiled by Frank C. Lemus].|
|Series||Bibliographic series, Bibliographic series (Los Angeles)|
|LC Classifications||JS363 .L44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii p., p. 313-410 ;|
|Number of Pages||410|
|LC Control Number||79622073|
Gainesville: University Press of Florida; A final demographic factor that dampens Latino participation relative to Anglo participation is high rates of non-U. The overall effect of VRA on Latino empowerment has been positive but perhaps not as positive as many thinkyet these benefits have come at a cost. Increasingly, Latinos are coming into regular contact with Latinos of different national origins.
The consequences of Latino representation for Latino community empowerment have been less well studied than the individual dimensions of Latino participation and policy preferences de la Garza, Aritz Aduriz of Athletic Bilbao has been called up to Spain at the age of 35 and could still be in the team's plans thanks to his fine form. Although there has been little scholarly analysis of Latino elite ethnic identification Farkas et al. Annual Review of Political Science. Rather, the interesting shift has been among some Cuban Americans who have moved more toward the Democrats, or at least used their votes tactically in specific elections.
These compositional characteristics, however, do not explain all participation differences. Electoral mobilization methodologies are poorly developed, hence their effectiveness is often limited Green and Gerber, Instead, I argue that changes in immigration law in the mids and the dramatic changes in the composition of the Latino population that followed created the foundation for a set of shared interests among Latinos of different origins and ancestries, giving rise to a Latino politics that can be distinguished from the politics of other demographic groups. Approximately one-third of Latino immigrants reported that they attended a cultural or educational event related to their home country in the past year, but less than 1 in 10 attended a rally for home-country political candidates, attended a meeting to discuss home-country political affairs, or sought assistance from the home-country embassy or consulate. By contrast and despite the legal barriers, the denial of black political rights after Reconstruction created strong incentives at all class levels to organize to gain a political voice.
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Although there is relatively little research on the effect of immigrant generation on political behavior, available evidence suggests that immigrants are less likely to be involved in civic and nonelectoral political activities than are U.
Women joined the electorate with much fanfare in the s, as did to year-olds inbut they quickly disappeared as potentially cohesive electorates. And 20th-century Texas legislatures have included at least one Mexican American representative.
Series three, Bar Associations and Other Activitiesdocuments Flores's active involvement with professional legal organizations both local and national, and with her leadership roles in political and community service related activities.
Latino Partisanship and Ideology Latinos are strong partisans see Table Republicans made some small gains in Latino partisanship during the s, but not in the period since. Approximately can be found in state legislative offices, in statewide offices, or in the U.
The law also provided for by-elections to fill seats vacated throughout the legislature. While I have been dubious of these responses in the past they appear on multiple surveysI am increasingly convinced. At the local level, many Texas and New Mexico counties had continual Mexican American representation; California differed in this respect.
Much community organization preceded black political mobilization, but a scenario can be envisioned in which Latino nonvoters who numbered 20 million in feel a comparable urgency to become participants and act on their growing numbers.
Because neither immigrants nor new births—the components of growth—can immediately vote, maintaining parity with population growth represents an achievement. Transnational politics and U.
Similar patterns appear in Latino immigrant transnational behaviors that appear in U. Since the passage of the VRA, the Latino electorate increased by percentage points see Table After analyzing its influence on Latino participation, I turn to some more general institutional factors that shape the political behaviors of all contemporary electorates.
In the California case, the Latino candidate—Lieutenant Governor Bustamante—ran a poor campaign that did little to reach out to Latino voters. Monthly board meeting agendas, committee agendas, project plans, audits, budget information, policy and procedure manuals, correspondence, and some ephemera from the museum such as postcards, fliers, and exhibit guides document Flores's involvement with the museum from Does ethnicity trump party?
Barrio ballots: Latino politics in the election. Another bill, the Citizen Security Law and dubbed the "gag law" by critics, was met with a global outcry because of it being seen as a cracking down on Spaniards' rights of freedom of assembly and expressionlaying out strict guidelines on demonstrations—perceived to limit street protests—and steep fines to offenders.
Flores continues her dedication to local arts and culture as the Commissioner of the Austin Art Commission.
Should legal challenges to the majority-minority districting provisions of the VRA succeed, such as the Supreme Court's ruling in Shaw v. Texas Law Review. In addition to her work in law, government, and women's advocacy, Flores has also been deeply committed to the arts.Elected County Officials By Oklahoma law, there are nine county offices where the officials responsible for the offices are elected by the eligible voters within the county.
The elected officials are three county commissioners, a county clerk, a county assessor, a county treasurer, a county sheriff, a court clerk, and a district attorney.
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