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Univision’s Jorge Ramos: Trump Is “Loudest Voice Of Intolerance, Division, And Hatred Right Now In America”

Leave it to Jorge Ramos to perfectly sum up the Donald Trump campaign in one sentence: “Donald Trump is the loudest voice of intolerance, division, and hatred right now in America.” Ouch. The Univision anchor recently sat down with CNN, where he not only praised the line of questioning from the Fox News moderators during … Continue reading »

Last Week’s Message From Republicans To Latinos Was Pretty Clear: We’re Just Not That Into You

RNC Chair Reince Priebus’s 2012 post-mortem report following Mitt Romney’s obliteration seemed pretty clear in its message to Republicans: We must pass immigration reform if we’re going to make amends with the Latino voters who defeated us, and we must pass it now. “We must embrace and champion comprehensive immigration reform…If Hispanic Americans hear that … Continue reading »

The Sorry State Of The GOP Debate On Immigration Reform

Out of Touch on Policy, Politics and Public Opinion  During the main debate last night, immigration was one of the top issues.  Here’s our take.  Here’s what leading Republican candidates had to say about immigration last night: Donald Trump: “…we need, Jeb, to build a wall, we need to keep illegals out.” Scott Walker: “Secure the border, enforce the … Continue reading »

Immigration Advocates Join AV For A Pre-Republican Debate Broadcast On Immigration

Immigration advocates from key states joined America’s Voice for a special broadcast on immigration before last night’s Republican Presidential debate, which was the first of the 2016 election season. Moderated by AV’s Juan Escalante, the broadcast focused on what viewers could expect from candidates during the debate, and featured activists Karla Perez of the Youth … Continue reading »

Video Blog: At Watch Parties, Immigration Advocates React To First Republican Presidential Debate In Ohio

Earlier tonight, Fox News aired the first Republican debate in Ohio, featuring ten leading Presidential candidates, including Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, and Marco Rubio. As many speculated, immigration was a huge topic of discussion, and many immigration advocates gathered at watch parties across the country to view the debate together. We asked advocates from one of these … Continue reading »

Join the Live Online Conversation About The GOP Debate In Cleveland

Wondering where to watch the GOP Debate in Cleveland tonight? There are limited online options if you don’t have a cable subscription with Fox News, but we have you covered! The main event will be broadcasted live from Cleveland at 9 p.m. ET on FOX News Channel and it will also be streamed live at … Continue reading »

Twitter Cheat Sheet And Other Resources For Tonight’s Republican Debate

Pass the popcorn for the first GOP debate tonight, beginning at 9PM EST. With the Donald Trump in first place, who knows what’s going to happen — and we can’t wait! Here at America’s Voice, we’ll be participating in the online discussion via Twitter and so we’ve created a cheat sheet for everyone who wants to follow … Continue reading »

Key Immigration Facts & Questions Ahead Of GOP Presidential Debate

For additional details, contact press@americasvoice.org and please check out the America’s Voice 2016 content, including detailed candidate tracking information, at www.americasvoice.org/2016 It’s an article of faith on the Republican campaign trail that the border is out of control and that immigration enforcement is lax – hence, we are experiencing a spike in illegal immigration.  In fact, none of … Continue reading »

On Night of Cleveland GOP Debate, Ohio Pro-Immigrant Voters, Immigrants and Allies to Gather at Ohio’s Voice Watch Party

** WATCH PARTY/MEDIA AVAILABILITY** Thursday, August 6th, 8-11pm (Debate starts at 9pm) Moncho’s Bar and Grill, 2317 Denison Avenue, Cleveland Pro-Immigrant Voters, Ohio Immigrants, and Advocates Attending Watch Party Available to Provide Real Time React to GOP Debate  As GOP 2016 presidential candidates—including Ohio’s own Governor—take the debate stage in Cleveland, Ohio, pro-immigrant voters, immigrants, … Continue reading »

Where Do Republican Voters Stand On Immigration?

Array of Polls Show Republican Candidates Pandering to Noisy Minority of GOP Voters Donald Trump calls Mexicans rapists and criminals, and he leads the GOP race.  Republicans in Congress trash talk comprehensive immigration reform and take up measures embraced by hardliners Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) and Rep. Steve King (R-IA).  Candidates on the campaign trail, with … Continue reading »