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“We Want To Have A Voice”: Latino And Asian Immigrants Are Turning Out For Naturalization Efforts

A host of Latino, Asian, immigrant, and labor rights groups have launched naturalization drives aimed at permanent residents eligible for citizenship — and the images from these workshops and outreach efforts have been absolutely inspiring. Some of the inspiration for getting Latino and immigrant voters out to naturalize and vote has been to fight back against the … Continue reading »

Introducing the America’s Voice/Latino Decisions 2016 Senate Project

Latino Decisions and America’s Voice to Examine Latino Influence and Immigration Politics in Competitive Senate Races Washington, DC – As 2015 draws to a close and all eyes focus in on the official start of primary season, America’s Voice and Latino Decisions announced, today, a new 2016 Senate project to monitor political developments in states … Continue reading »

Maná and Los Tigres Del Norte Have A Message for Latino Voters

Latin musical powerhouses Maná and Los Tigres del Norte sent a powerful message to Latino voters last night. Moments after concluding their duet performance of the song “Somos Mas Americanos” (We Are More American), the bands came together to raise a white sign that asked Latinos to stand united against racism. The sign, which reads … Continue reading »

Nueva encuesta: los votantes, incluyendo republicanos, apoyan la opción “Permanezcan aquí” en lugar de “Váyanse a su país”

Frank Sharry: “Los líderes republicanos han manejado mal el tema migratorio de  manera increíble. Están en contra del 69% del país y del 57% de sus propios votantes”  Washington, DC – Una gran mayoría del pueblo estadounidense está lista para una reforma migratoria que incluya una vía al estatus legal y a la ciudadanía. Una … Continue reading »

Rep. Gutiérrez: Trump Is Motivating Voters, Just Not The Ones He Wants

Today, on the House floor, Rep. Luis Gutiérrez spoke “about some of the Chicago-area high school students he has met with in recent weeks. In particular, he spoke of the sense he gets from them that they are being motivated to register and vote because of Donald Trump. Standing before a picture of the billionaire … Continue reading »

NEW ANALYSIS: In 2016 the GOP Nominee Will Likely Need 47% of the Latino Vote Nationally to Win the Popular Vote

Latino Decisions Unveils Updated Models on the Threshold the GOP Must Meet to Take Back the White House As immigration continues to insert itself as a defining issue in the presidential election cycle, many have been left to speculate what this means for the Republican Party’s efforts to improve its competitiveness with Latino voters.  Today, … Continue reading »

RNC’s Response to Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Rant? “Welcome!” Most 2016 GOP Candidates? Silence.

Yesterday, the latest GOP candidate for President in 2016 accused a majority of America’s undocumented immigrants of being “rapists” — and not one single GOP competitor has yet to denounce him for it. “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending the best,” reality television star and businessman Donald Trump claimed during his widely-panned announcement … Continue reading »

Hillary Clinton Can Win Latino Vote — But Must First Fully Embrace Immigration Action

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton entered the 2016 Presidential race this past weekend, and where she stands on both immigration reform and immigration action will determine if Latino voters lean into her campaign — or tune out. As Latino Decisions has consistently noted, immigration is a “gateway” issue for the Latino voters. When 61% of … Continue reading »

Spanish Language Media React Strongly to GOP Efforts to Block Executive Action on Immigration

Jorge Ramos of Univision and La Opinion Make it Clear Who’s to Blame While the next steps of the judicial and legislative battle over the new immigration policies initiated by executive action are less than clear, what is already certain is that Spanish language media reaction is so strong that it should give pause to … Continue reading »

Latino Influence & the Politics of Immigration in the 2014 U.S. Senate Elections

Cross-posted from Latino Decisions: To date, much of the evidence suggestive of Latino electoral influence has focused on statewide races, particularly presidential elections in swing states such as Florida, Colorado, and Nevada. However, with no presidential election on the ballot in 2014, the ability of Latino voters, and by extension the politics of immigration, to … Continue reading »