Today, America’s Voice, Campaign for Community Change, and Mi Familia Vota Civic Participation Campaign are unleashing a saturation-level Spanish language ad buy in CO and NV. With one week to the election, the ads hit back on the latest anti-immigrant campaigning by GOP candidates across the nation, as well... Continue »
Experts on Latino voters and immigration reform gathered on a call with reporters to analyze the politics of immigration in the 2010 mid-terms. Following are some resources to help navigate the upcoming mid-term elections. Continue »
Among Latinos, interest in voting shoots up 10% in one month. A conservative group tries to suppress the growing Latino vote in Nevada, but Univision is refusing to run their ads. Joe Miller hearts East Germany’s approach to border security. Even after stock photo snafu, Angle finds new ways... Continue »
Today America’s Voice hosted a press call to highlight the substantial Get Out the Vote (GOTV) efforts seeking to engage and mobilize Latino, Asian, and immigrant voters in a number of battleground states– just in time for the mid-term elections. Continue »
Sharron Angle and David Vitter pull out all the stops (and stock photos) with race-baiting immigration ads. Dobbs pulls a Whitman. Fiorina hits Boxer for voting against immigration reform that Fiorina opposes. Politicos wonder: will Latino voters turn out? Continue »
In Nevada, Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle has released one of the most offensive television ads of the 2010 election cycle. With only four weeks to Nov. 2, that’s saying a lot. Continue »
Immigration became the hottest issue in the California gubernatorial race last week, as controversy raged over Republican candidate Meg Whitman’s treatment of undocumented former housekeeper Nicky Díaz Santillan. Continue »
In a $300,000 national advertising campaign, SEIU, Mi Familia Vota Civic Participation Campaign, and America’s Voice are launching Spanish-language radio ads in nine media markets across the country. Continue »
Several politicians are already making outrageous claims about the DREAM Act, trying to defend their votes against taking up the common-sense measure as part of the annual Defense Re-authorization Bill. Continue »
As summer wanes, Congress returns to Washington, and the 2010 campaign cycle moves into overdrive, America’s Voice has prepared a recap of the major storylines on the politics of immigration this summer. Continue »