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Latino Voters Poised to Vote Against Trump by Historic Margins

New polling of Latino voters from NBC News/WSJ/Telemundo finds that Hillary Clinton leads Trump by a 70%-17% margin among Latinos in a head-to-head matchup. The polling also finds positive signs for Latino engagement, as an accompanying poll summary from NBC News notes: “Sixty-nine percent of Latino voters now say they are very interested in the election, compared to 60 percent … Continue reading »

Ross: Burr Continuing To Stand By Trump’s Side “Shows A Lack Of Judgment”

If only one image emerged from last night’s Senate debate between North Carolina’s Senator Richard Burr and Democrat Deborah Ross, it’s that Burr continues to remain lock-step with Donald Trump. Burr not only supports Trump for President, but he also supports his mass deportation policy, an idea that has been widely condemned as the most … Continue reading »

En el próximo debate, Trump y Clinton tienen respuestas para Sophie Cruz que todos necesitan escuchar

In English here La campaña de Sophie Cruz de hacer una pregunta sobre la deportación en el próximo debate presidencial saca a relucir un tema que ha recibido poca atención hasta el momento: ¿qué pasa con los niños? No sorprende que los planes inmigratorios de Donald Trump y Hillary Clinton difieran diametralmente cuando se trata del bienestar de los niños, … Continue reading »

At Next Debate, Trump And Clinton Have Answers For Sophie Cruz That Everyone Needs To Hear

En español aquí Sophie Cruz’s campaign to ask a question about deportation at the next presidential debate spotlights an issue that’s gotten little attention so far: what about the children? It’s no surprise that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s immigration plans differ dramatically when it comes to the well-being of children, including American citizens like Sophie. First, Donald Trump … Continue reading »

ICYMI: Lynn Tramonte: “At The Next Debate, Trump and Clinton Have Answers for Sophie Cruz that Everyone Needs to Hear”

“A Trump presidency would only multiply children’s fears and anxieties, while implementing Clinton’s platform would do much to alleviate them.” A brand new piece published on Medium today by America’s Voice Deputy Director Lynn Tramonte pushes the importance of having American citizen Sophie Cruz’ question answered by both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump during Sunday’s debate. The question reads, “If you deport … Continue reading »

Diane Guerrero’s Memoir Inspires New Immigration Drama To Air On CBS

Diane Guerrero’s harrowing memoir, detailing the deportation of her parents and brother when she was just 14-years-old, has inspired a new drama coming soon to primetime television. From Deadline: Jane the Virgin recurring guest star Diane Guerrero has partnered with three key auspices behind the CW dramedy — executive producer/showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman, executive producer … Continue reading »

Ahead of Presidential Debate, Questions, Resources and Reminders that Donald Trump Hasn’t “Softened” on Immigration

Ahead of Sunday night’s presidential debate, there’s another concerted effort by allies of Donald Trump to try to airbrush and “fuzz up” the extent of his radicalism on immigration. Governor Mike Pence seems to be taking the lead, arguing that Trump wants to focus mostly on undocumented immigrants who have committed crimes and stating flatly that Trump … Continue reading »

Key Immigration Resources Ahead of VP Debate

Just like the presidential matchup, the vice presidential debate between Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) and Virginia Senator Tim Kaine (D) presents a sharp contrast on immigration – each candidate embodies and embraces their respective parties’ wildly distinct visions about immigrants and immigration reform. Below, we offer key immigration questions for each ticket; provide a … Continue reading »

Mixed-Status Immigrant Families, Community Leaders Sit Down In Dayton, Ohio For “DAPA Dinner”

Mixed-status immigrant families, community leaders, and a member of Sen. Sherrod Brown’s office sat down for a “DAPA Dinner” in Dayton, Ohio yesterday to discuss how immigration policies can affect and change the lives of children, families, and communities in the state. There are approximately 95,000 undocumented immigrants in the state of Ohio. At least … Continue reading »

October 6th Panel Will Review the Multiple “Costs” of Mass Deportation – From Fiscal and Legal to Familial and Social

Plan Would Carry Huge Costs for Ohio Taxpayers and Families A panel of experts will convene at Trinity Commons on Thursday, October 6th at 10 AM to discuss the economic, legal, and human costs of a potential mass deportation. The panel is open to the public and press. WHAT:  Panel of experts to discuss economic, legal, and … Continue reading »