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Action is Inevitable as Momentum for Real Immigration Reform Keeps Building

Since the 2012 election results rolled in, it’s been hard to keep track of all the momentum behind real immigration reform.  The immediate post-election developments included supportive comments from Republican Senators for real reform, such as Sens. Lindsey Graham (SC) and Rand Paul (KY), and the surprising backing of earned citizenship from Fox News television … Continue reading »

Mitt Romney Campaign Manager: I Regret Going Hard Right on Immigration

Matt Rhoades, Mitt Romney’s campaign manager, has added his voice to the ranks of other Republicans lamenting choices the Party made on immigration.  At a forum hosted by the Harvard University Institute of Politics and reported on yesterday, Rhoades admitted that the campaign’s decision to move to the hard right on immigration during the GOP … Continue reading »

Honest Assessment from Romney Campaign on Immigration

Campaign Manager “Regrets” Hard Right Stance on Undocumented Immigrants; Will Republicans in Congress Heed the Lesson?  Matt Rhoades, Mitt Romney’s campaign manager, has added his voice to the ranks of other Republicans lamenting choices the Party made on immigration.  At a forum hosted by the Harvard University Institute of Politics and reported on yesterday, Rhoades … Continue reading »

Voto latino: Pa'lante con Obama; Republicanos pa'trás sin el voto latino

El Gigante despertó y espera resultados en sus temas de interés Por Maribel Hastings, asesora ejecutiva de America’s Voice: WASHINGTON, DC –  Los votantes latinos de Estados Unidos no sólo prefirieron a Barack Obama sobre el candidato republicano Mitt Romney por cifras abrumadoras sino que al hacerlo enviaron claros mensajes al Partido Republicano sobre su … Continue reading »

Latinos se vuelcan en las urnas a favor de Obama; inmigración factor central

Por Maribel Hastings, asesora ejecutiva de America’s Voice: WASHINGTON, DC  –   Sin lugar a dudas el tema de la inmigración o más bien el manejo que dieron los candidatos al tema de la inmigración fue determinante en que los electores hispanos del país se volcaran a favor del presidente Barack Obama garantizando su reelección. Igualmente, … Continue reading »

Check LatinoVote2012.com for Results of ImpreMedia/Latino Decisions Election Eve Poll

Today, ImpreMedia/Latino Decisions is releasing its 2012 Latino Election Eve Poll at a new site: www.LatinoVote2012.com. The site is now live. The poll was conducted of Latino voters nationwide and in 11 states: AZ, CA, CO, FL, MA, NV, NM, NC, OH, TX and VA. Results will be released throughout the day on this website … Continue reading »

Obama's re-election, say amen

Maribel Hastings is a senior adviser to America’s Voice: Barely a month ago, I started attending a Methodist church in my neighborhood. Like other majority-black churches here in Washington, D.C., the topic of the election was never far from anyone’s minds–or their prayers. The foremost request: the reelection of President Barack Obama. I haven’t gone … Continue reading »

Sonoro Amén por la reelección

Por Maribel Hastings, asesora ejecutiva de America’s Voice: Hace apenas un mes comencé a visitar una Iglesia Metodista cercana a mi casa y como ocurre en otras iglesias mayormente afroamericanas de la capital política del país, el tema de la elección no queda fuera, sobre todo de las oraciones. La petición principal: la reelección del … Continue reading »

Mediate: "Chris Hayes Verbally Tazes Romney Advisor on Immigration Reform"

Yesterday, Mitt Romney’s health care advisor Avik Roy appeared on Up With Chris Hayes, where the conversation veered toward President Obama’s recent comments that if he wins a second term, it will have been because Republicans “have so alienated the fastest-growing demographic group in the country, the Latino community.” That means, Hayes said, that there … Continue reading »

In Florida, Are Polls Accurately Predicting the Hispanic Vote?

Earlier today, ImpreMedia/Latino Decisions released its latest tracking poll of the Presidential race, finding that Obama leads Romney by a whopping 73% – 21% margin among Latino voters. Much of the focus is, of course, on the key battleground states, including Colorado, Florida, Nevada, and Virginia, where Latinos comprise key voting blocs. As we’ve reported, a number … Continue reading »