New Poll from Latino Decisions Reveals the Continuing Prominence of Immigration on the Minds of Florida’s Latino Voters  Today, at a live streamed panel at the University of Miami’s College of Arts and Science’s Gallery, Washington, DC and Florida-based political analysts, immigrant advocates, and community leaders discussed the politics of immigration and the Latino vote and assessed how… Continue »

Today, at a live streamed panel at the Greenspun Auditorium of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, Washington, DC and Nevada-based political analysts, advocates, and community leaders discussed how Latino voters and the immigration issue will shape the Presidential, Senate and House races in Nevada and beyond.  There, UNLV Associate Professor David Damore released fresh polling of Latino voters in… Continue »

New Poll from Latino Decisions Reveals Prominence of Immigration on the Minds of Nevada’s Latino Voters Today, at a live streamed panel at the Greenspun Auditorium of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, Washington, DC and Nevada-based political analysts, advocates, and community leaders discussed how Latino voters and the immigration issue will shape the Presidential, Senate and House races… Continue »

Romney, según algunos observadores, moderó sus posturas en varios temas, incluyendo su propio plan de impuestos, para lucir más moderado hacia los votantes de la elección general. Lo hizo incluso antes del debate, declarando que mantendría los permisos a jóvenes “dreamers” que les está dando Obama, aunque no los renovaría.  

Un nuevo sondeo de la firma Latino Decisions para America’s Voice encontró que 69% de los votantes latinos de Nevada y 56% de los electores hispanos de Florida están seguros de que votarán por Obama, comparado con 15% y 27% de los votantes latinos de Nevada y Florida, respectivamente, que están seguros de que votarán… Continue »

Por Maribel Hastings, asesora ejecutiva de America’s Voice: Inmigración, tema definitorio en la preferencia de los votantes WASHINGTON – Sin determinarse aún el efecto que tendrán los tres debates presidenciales sobre la decisión que tomen los electores el 6 de noviembre, el presidente Barack Obama sigue superando al republicano Mitt Romney en la preferencia del… Continue »

Immigration was not mentioned in last night’s first presidential debate. But, the game-changer had already happened the day before, on Tuesday of this week when Mitt Romney announced that he will in fact end Obama’s deferred action for DREAMers program upon taking office. It’s a huge deal. Reporters, pundits, and immigration activists have been asking… Continue »