John P. Tuman In The News

Le Point International
This electorate, traditionally Democrats, is very courted by the Republicans and could prove decisive for the whole of the United States.
Latin Times
Hispanic voters are hoping for a turnaround in the balance of power in the U.S. Midterm elections. With the Senate race about to come down to a few key states, political analysts are eyeing Hispanic voters to tip the balance in their favor.
Yle
Nevada is one of a handful of states that could decide who wins the U.S. Congress in Tuesday's midterm elections. And Latino voters can decide who wins in the state.
Canadian Public Radio
The Latin American community is growing rapidly. Their vote will be decisive, in several states. They could decide the balance of power in Congress. Report by Jean-Sébastien Cloutier.
EFE
The Republican onslaught against immigration ahead of the mid-term elections in the United States has failed to stop demographic changes in traditionally conservative states that are increasingly leaning towards immigration. Democrats win.
Telemundo Dallas
The issue tends to benefit Democrats, even in states like Arizona, which has undergone a major demographic shift with the arrival of more families from progressive states like California.
Swiss Info
The Republicans' onslaught against immigration ahead of the mid-term elections in the United States has failed to stop demographic changes in traditionally conservative states, which are increasingly lean more toward victory for the Democrats.
Fox News
Political experts say Hispanic voters and independents could be the deciding factor on which party takes control of Congress