March 2013 | Download PDF here. A majority of Americans agree that Congress should pass an immigration law with a path to citizenship for immigrants here without papers. For this proposal to succeed, it has to be as inclusive and accessible as possible. Following are some of the key details that will determine how inclusive—and, […]
America’s Voice Research on Immigration Reform
Updated March 22, 2013 | Download PDF here Since the 2012 election, leading Republican and conservative voices are calling for a new Republican approach to immigration, as evidenced by the following quotes: Quotes by U.S. Senators and House Members Since the announcement of a framework for comprehensive immigration reform by the ‘Gang of Eight’ group of […]
January 3, 2013 | Download PDF here Having just finished covering the most expensive presidential campaign in U.S. history, political journalists were quick to analyze how the President had cast aside the doubters and won his re-election by a resounding margin. While some pointed to the re-election campaign’s success in defining their Massachusetts-based challenger as […]
Today, America’s Voice releases a spotlight on six key Senate races of importance to Latino and immigrant voters—and all those who care about common sense immigration reform. The analysis evaluates the power of the Latino voter community in each state and summarizes where each U.S. Senate candidate stands on the issue. America’s Voice will release a spotlight on key House races next week.
America’s Voice releases a spotlight on fourteen competitive House races of importance to Latino and Asian voters and all those who care about common sense immigration reform.
Momentum keeps building on behalf of immigration reform with a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
Can Mitt Romney overcome his hardline immigration positions and meet his campaign’s ambitious goal of 38% of the Latino vote, in Florida and nationwide? Can Barack Obama build a strong enough case about his immigration record to energize and mobilize the Latino and immigrant community here and across the country? How will the issue of immigration reform […]
If you want to know how crucial the Latino vote is to one of the closest swing states in the presidential election, just look at what it did for Colorado in 2010.