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Donald Trump’s $2M Colorado Ad Buy Won’t Cover Up His Racism

Bad News for Donald Trump: Latinos Will Decide Colorado Election Today, it was announced that Donald Trump is spending an additional 2 million dollars in advertising in Colorado, a traditional battleground state, in attempts to reclaim lost ground. Unfortunately for Trump, the Latino electorate has always played a vital role in deciding Colorado, and in … Continue reading »

New Billboard In Rubio’s Backyard Highlights His Support For Offensive Nominee Donald Trump

www.MakeAPlanToVote.com **CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS AND FULL VIDEO FROM THE EVENT** (Artist rendering) Earlier this week, Florida’s Voice, For Florida’s Future, and other partner groups launched a clear message in 14-foot font to Florida motorists: Senator Marco Rubio is supporting the most bigoted, xenophobic, anti-Latino candidate in recent memory to be the next President of … Continue reading »

ICYMI: Arizona Republic Blasts Trump, Backs Clinton in Paper’s First-Ever Democratic Presidential Endorsement

Arizona Republic: “Arizona’s been there on immigration (it doesn’t work)” Founded in 1890, the Arizona Republic has issued its first-ever endorsement for a Democratic presidential nominee.  The paper cites Hillary Clinton’s ability “to lead with intelligence, decorum and perspective” and blasts Donald Trump for lacking the temperament and qualifications to be President. The editorial criticizes Trump for engaging … Continue reading »

Heart of Darkness: Trump’s Attacks on Alicia Machado Demonstrate the Essence of Trump and Trumpism

How Can Down-Ballot Republicans Continue to Embrace Trump? As we noted yesterday, one of the most consequential moments of the first presidential debate occurred when Hillary Clinton introduced viewers to Alicia Machado – the Latina Miss Universe pageant winner whom Donald Trump mocked in a cruel, sexist, and yes, racist manner. He publicly fat-shamed her, … Continue reading »

Across the Nation, Hundreds of Latino Voters, Families and Allies Gathered for Swing State Debate Watch Parties

Last night, community leaders, immigrant families, and allies gathered throughout battleground states to watch the first of three Presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. In an election cycle dominated by racist rhetoric and bigotry, the two candidates have offered the starkest contrast on immigration in recent history – one of inclusion and one of division – and … Continue reading »

After Watching First Debate, How Can GOP Senate Candidates Still Support Donald Trump?

Washington, DC – In the wake of last night’s first presidential debate, during which Donald Trump managed to appear unhinged, unqualified, unprepared, and unpresidential, Senate Republican candidates endorsing Trump should be asked one simple question: what the hell are you thinking? Earlier this fall, CNN’s Manu Raju asked Senator Joe Heck (NV), “You trust him … Continue reading »

Trump’s “Machado Moment” in Last Night’s Debate

Like the Kahn Family and Judge Curiel, He Demeans a Latina Who Won Miss Universe Washington, DC – One of the most potentially consequential moments of last night’s first presidential debate occurred when Hillary Clinton introduced viewers to the story of Alicia Machado – the Latina Miss Universe pageant winner whom Donald Trump mocked in … Continue reading »

Florida Organizations and Community Members Will Gather To Watch Clinton and Trump in First General Election Debate

***MEDIA ADVISORY*** TODAY, September 26 at 8 PM EST (See Below for Location Near You) Florida Organizations and Community Members Will Gather To Watch Clinton and Trump in First General Election Debate TODAY, September 26 at 8:00 PM EST, Florida organizations will gather across the state for dynamic discussions about what’s at stake in this presidential election, … Continue reading »

For First General Election Presidential Debate, North Carolina Latino Organizations Will Host Phone Banks and Watch Parties

Latino organizations are gathering for a phone bank to Latino voters ahead of the first general election presidential debate. Following the phone bank, organization members and allies will watch the debate live on Univision. The events will be open to press, and participants in the phone bank and debate watch party will be available for … Continue reading »

Ohio’s Voice Presidential Debate Plans: 5 Ways to Plug In

In preparation for tonight’s debate, here are five ways you plug into the conversation with Ohio’s pro-immigrant community: For Homework: Read the America’s Voice/Latino Decisions poll of Latino voters in Ohio to see how the community is viewing the presidential and U.S. Senate races, and the role that the immigration issue plays in their political choices. Pre-Game: At 8pm Eastern, log on … Continue reading »