Four years ago, the GOP convention was in Tampa, and Latinos occupied prime time slots on the speaker's stage.
Viewers then were introduced to New Mexico, Governor Susana Martinez, Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval spoke along with Puerto Rico's governor Luis Fortuno.
Senator Ted Cruz also got to say some words, albeit under different circumstances than his speech Wednesday night.
Marco Rubio got to introduce Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romey on the last night of the convention.
This time around, however, Latinos weren't as visible. So where does this leave Latinos in the Republican party?
Take Two put that question to two guests:
- Gonzalo J. Ferrer, chairperson for the Republican National Hispanic Assembly
- Felix Viega, Southern California real estate developer and delegate for Donald Trump