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New York City
Politics Editor, Fox News Latino — Fox News
Covers:  immigration, cultural/race relations, cuba, cuban americans, hispanics, politics, human rights

Politics Editor/Fox News Latino. Specialty is #immigration. University of Missouri (Mizzou) grad. Proudly overprotective mom. Luckiest wife. Yankees fan.

Elizabeth Llorente is the Politics Editor for Fox News Latino. She also writes stories on a variety of issues for the website, in particular immigration, a topic in which her expertise has garnered nationwide acclaim.

Llorente has won numerous awards, including the George Polk Award and New Jersey Journalist of the Year.

While at the Bergen Record, one of New Jersey's major newspapers, she profiled dozens of ethnic communities ...

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Top 20 Immigration Experts to Follow on Twitter

Named by ABC News as one of the nation’s top 20 most influential voices on Twitter on the issue of immigration (was No. 4)

Peter Jennings Fellowship

2007 - Reporting on Constitutional Issues
The Peter Jennings Project for Journalists and the Constitution is an annual event hosted by the National Constitution Center and funded initially by the Annenberg Foundation. Its mission is to help both professional journalists and students interested in journalism understand constitutional issues more deeply. Journalists selected as fellows produce a project touching on a constitutional issue.

Rep. Gutierrez urges Obama to give Ecuadorans in U.S. temporary legal status

latino.foxnews.com — Rep. Luis Gutierrez is calling on President Barack Obama to give Ecuadorans in the United States permission to remain here while their country recovers from an April 16 earthquake that left nearly 700 people dead and thousands injured and homeless.

In political limbo, would-be ambassador to Mexico talks about U.S. role in region

latino.foxnews.com — WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 20: Assistant U.S. Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Roberta Jacobson testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee May 20, 2015 in Washington, DC. The committee heard testimony on the topic of "U.S. Cuban Relations - The Way Forward."

John McCain to present award honoring vet who was longest-held Vietnam POW

latino.foxnews.com — SLUG: NA/RNC FEATURES DATE: 8/1/2000 PHOTOG: Tracy A. Woodward/TWP Philadelphia, Pa. Second night of Republican National Convention. Everett Alvarez, the first US aviator shot down over N. Vietnam in 1964 leads the convention hall in the pledge of allegiance to opening the second night of the RNC.

Former Obama official who worked under Clinton confident that she is prepared

latino.foxnews.com — A former White House official who was one of the highest ranking Latinos to serve in the Obama administration says Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton will be ready to lead the Oval Office from the first day. How does he know?

Obama's immigration plan goes before top court, Justice Kennedy calls it 'upside down'

latino.foxnews.com — Pro-immigration activists gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on April 18, 2016 in Washington, DC.Getty Even for a Supreme Court case, this is an extraordinarily high-stakes challenge. It involves the powers of the president, and just how far he can go in acting alone when Congress will not pass a measure he or she wants.

Clinton, Sanders ignore Latinos, immigration at testy Brooklyn debate

latino.foxnews.com — Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., right, and Hillary Clinton clap after the singing of the National Anthem at the CNN Democratic Presidential Primary Debate at the Brooklyn Navy Yard Thursday, April 14, 2016, New York.

Congressional Gold Medal awarded to Puerto Rican Army regiment

latino.foxnews.com — The 65th Infantry Regiment - which is known by the nickname "Borinqueneers" and fought and served in World War I, World War II and the Korean conflict - was honored at a ceremony at the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., where their Congressional Gold Medal was unveiled.

Trump's plan to seize remittances to Mexico would greatly hurt U.S., Latino leader says

latino.foxnews.com — In recent days, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump provided details about how he would press Mexico to pay for the construction of what the mogul glowingly describes as a "great, great wall" along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Student petition at Dartmouth sparks Library of Congress to drop term 'illegal alien'

latino.foxnews.com — A Dartmouth College student walks across the main campus. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Newsmakers)Getty When a student-led organization at Dartmouth College petitioned the Library of Congress in 2014 to drop the term "illegal aliens" and instead use "undocumented," the response was no. The reasoning, members of the group recall, was that "illegal alien" is an official U.S.

Long-awaited Congressional Gold Medal honoring Puerto Rican regiment to be unveiled

latino.foxnews.com — Borinqueneers: the only all-Hispanic unit in U. S. Army history Soldiers of the 65th, North of the Han River, Korea, June 1951. (U. S. Army photo) An Army regiment made up of Puerto Rican soldiers is, at long last, getting the recognition it long has sought.
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Apr 29, 2016

Exclusive interview with Roberta Jacobson before her confirmation as US ambassador to #Mexico ln.is/latino.foxnews… via @foxnewslatino

Apr 29, 2016

After long wait, Senate confirms Roberta Jacobson as U.S. ambassador to Mexico | Fox News Latino ln.is/latino.foxnews… via @foxnewslatino

Apr 28, 2016

RT @jcstearns: Facebook paying media orgs as much as $250,000 to get them using FB Live. buzzfeed.com/alexkantrowitz… (Small local publishers largely left out)

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