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Politics Editor, Fox News Latino — Fox News
As seen in:  Fox News, New York Times
Covers:  Immigration, Cultural/Race Relations, Cuba, Cuban Americans, Hispanics, Politics, Human Rights

Politics Editor/Fox News Latino. Cover all things #Hispanic,specialty is #immigration. Aim to inform and enlighten.

Elizabeth Llorente's Biography

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.

A first in Colorado: Two Anglo politicians to debate on TV in Spanish

latino.foxnews.com — Andrew Romanoff (left) and Mike Coffman (right) face off in a televised Spanish-language debate on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. (Photos: AP) On Thursday, Colorado - one of the most closely watched states this midterm election season - will have its first all-Spanish congressional debate. U.S. Rep.

Political unknown, familiar name: George P. Bush expected to win powerful Texas post

latino.foxnews.com — Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, left, sits with his son George P. Bush before speaking to supporters at Hardin-Simmons University, Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014, in Abilene, Texas. Jeb Bush heads into West Texas to campaign for his son who is on the ballot this November as a candidate for state land commissioner.

Campaign spies: when a candidate slips up, 'trackers' make sure the world is watching

latino.foxnews.com — To most of those at the campaign fundraiser in Texas, it was a meeting among kindred spirits - an Iowa congressman speaking to a roomful of fellow lawyers about why he would do a better job in the U.S. Senate than the Republican incumbent, Sen. Chuck Grassley.

Latino vote will not be major factor in tight midterm races, Pew study says

latino.foxnews.com — (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) The share of Latino eligible voters has been growing steadily, making up a record 11 percent of all people who will be able to cast a ballot in November. But they make up a small share of eligible voters in the states with close Senate and gubernatorial races, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center.

National Latino museum in indefinite limbo because of congressional gridlock, leader says

latino.foxnews.com — Cid Wilson looks out from a rooftop deck in Washington D.C., in the direction of the Smithsonian's long-shuttered Arts and Industries Building. "That's where it would be, that's where the Latino museum would be," he said, at once happily and wistfully.

In California governor's race, incumbent Jerry Brown chases fourth term; GOP rival seeks to rebrand party

latino.foxnews.com — The longest-sitting governor in California seems headed toward a fourth term. Gov. Jerry Brown, 76, is enjoying a roughly 20 percent lead over his Republican challenger, former U.S. Treasury official Neel Kashkari, who is 41. One poll found that only a quarter of likely voters could identify Kashkari, who quit his job as investment banker to run for governor.

Congressional race pitting Pete Gallego, Will Hurd is the only competitive midterm race in Texas

latino.foxnews.com — They call it the only true competitive race in Texas in this year's election. It's the state's 23rd congressional district, where no party really ever has a lock on voters. First-term, incumbent Democrat Rep. Pete Gallego is fighting to hold on to his seat, which he won in 2012 by beating then-incumbent congressional freshman Quico Canseco, a Republican.

Peru's President rejects idea of 'co-operation' with U.S. on drugs, wants 'co-responsibility' instead

latino.foxnews.com — Peruvian President Ollanta Humala sat down for a wide-ranging interview with Fox News Latino at the Manhattan residence of the country's ambassador to the United Nations during that organization's recent ministerial meetings. An elegant man with two more years to go in office, Humala, 52, said that improving education in his homeland is his "obsession."

Mario Diaz-Balart: President Obama only thinks of immigration reform in election season

latino.foxnews.com — U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, who has led Republican efforts in the House of Representatives to craft an immigration reform bill, says the next viable window for the measure to pass is early next year. If that doesn't happen, said Diaz-Balart, a Florida Republican, then immigration reform will continue to be elusive indefinitely.

Democrats launch ad attacking New Hampshire GOP rising star Marilinda Garcia as too extreme

latino.foxnews.com — Republicans have put Marilinda Garcia, a 31-year-old dynamo and congressional candidate in New Hampshire, on a pedestal. So Democrats are taking aim. Her opponent, incumbent Ann McLane Kuster, has released an ad showing footage of U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, the conservative firebrand from Texas, embracing Garcia when he visited New Hampshire to stump for her recently.
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Oct 30, 2014

RT @rubycramer: HRC "immigration is an important issue." Crowd overpowers hecklers with loud cheers. "Hill-ary, Hill-ary" chants erupt.

Oct 30, 2014

RT @rubycramer: Imm protesters are actively interrupting/impeding this speech by @HillaryClinton. Not just a few stray folks. More than a dozen at least.

Oct 30, 2014

Ted Cruz warns against moderates like #Jeb Bush running in 2016: We need to learn from history, he says...fxn.ws/1q4sIuo #jebbush #election

Oct 30, 2014

Speaking in CO, #Jeb Bush makes appeal to Hispanics, takes swipe at Hillary Clinton | Fox News Latino fxn.ws/1p5S0O1

Oct 30, 2014

RT @DavidLeopold: 1/4 of Latino voters polled knew someone who'd been detained by the immigration or deported in the past yr nyti.ms/1DzQKDA

Oct 29, 2014

“Future journalists should ask, ‘What would Ben do?’” David Ignatius, columnist for The Wash Post, said at Ben Bradlee's memorial service.

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