A majority of Americans support comprehensive immigration reform, requiring undocumented immigrants to pass background checks, study English, pay taxes, and work towards full U.S. citizenship.
Comprehensive Immigration Reform
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Por Maribel Hastings, asesora ejecutiva de America’s Voice: WASHINGTON - La promesa de reforma migratoria esta vez en una segunda administración Obama resurgió, por parte del propio presidente, pero esta vez de forma más pensada y lanzando además el reto a los republicanos que por los pasados años la han obstruido: si hay reforma será [...]
George W. Bush = 54% Latino Protestant Support in ’04: Mitt Romney = 33% Latino Protestant Support in New Pew Polling President Ronald Reagan famously said, “Latinos are Republicans — they just don’t know it yet.” With respect to the Gipper, we’d like to make a slight edit to his adage: “Some Latinos lean Republican [...]
Obama Says Most Get to Stay; Romney Says Most Have to Leave First, the public owes Lorraine Osario, the person who asked the immigration question at last night’s debate, many thanks. She asked the central question regarding our nation’s immigration policy: “what do you plan on doing with immigrants without their green cards that are [...]
With presidential and down-ballot campaigns in overdrive to appeal to Latino voters across the country, polling guru Nate Silver of the New York Times’s FiveThirtyEight political blog asks an important question – do many polls of Latino voters miss the mark due to problems in methodology? Beyond just an academic debate over polling, the answer to this question will go a long way to forecasting what will happen in a range of races and states across the country next month.
After grilling Mitt Romney on immigration and other topics yesterday, Univisión’s Jorge Ramos and Maria Elena Salinas will interview President Obama later this afternoon. Here are five key immigration questions for the President.
Tomorrow, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) travels to Sioux City, Iowa to speak at a fundraiser for Rep. Steve King (R). This is Governor Christie’s first mistake of the 2016 campaign. Instead of taking a page from Jeb Bush’s upcoming book, he’s following the Romney strategy: double down on extremism early on, and box yourself in for the general election.
Yesterday, a U.S. District judge lifted an injunction against the “show me your papers” provision of Arizona’s SB 1070 anti-immigrant law, allowing this Draconian provision to go into effect. It’s widely agreed that implementation of this provision will involve rampant racial profiling of Latinos in Arizona, and additional legal challenges will be brought to stop it.
***MEDIA AVAILABILITY*** ***America’s Voice Available for Interviews at the Democratic National Convention*** Washington, DC – Ahead of this week’s Democratic National Convention, a series of contrasts are on display regarding immigration policy and politics: Democratic and Republican Party Platforms on Immigration: On immigration, the RNC’s official platform unveiled last week is a Kris Kobach-driven grab-bag of hardline anti-immigrant [...]
With the final night of the Republican National Convention behind us, below are the major takeaways about where Mitt Romney’s Republican Party stands on immigrants and immigration reform
Washington, DC – Another day, another group of prominent voices criticizing Mitt Romney and the Republican Party’s hardline drift on immigration, and the Party’s subsequent hemorrhaging of Latino support. As the following excerpts make clear, the consensus of an increasing number of observers is that Republican Party’s immigration strategy is not only bad policy, but bad [...]
Frank Sharry Reacts to New Ad Targeting Nevada Latino Voters Today, a conservative group released a new Spanish-language ad targeting Latinos in Nevada and blasting President Obama as “Deporter-in-Chief” in reference to the President’s immigration enforcement record. The group behind the ad, Nevada Hispanics, is associated with the conservative and pro-Republican organizations American Principles in [...]