Since the announcement of a framework for comprehensive immigration reform by the ‘Gang of Eight’ group of Senators, fellow colleagues in the House and Senate have expressed a range of reactions…

Immigration reform will happen because Americans support it, Democrats promised it, and Republicans need it…

Latino Decisions polling reveals that both Democrats and Republicans can lose/gain Latino voters depending on their support of immigration reform…

And 80% support an immigration bill that includes border protection, employer verification, roadmap to citizenship…

Immigration reform will happen because Americans support it, Democrats promised it, and Republicans need it…

Watch our new video on the GOP’s challenge with Latino voters and why they need to push for immigration reform

A new poll finds that 62% of all Americans support immigration reform that includes a pathway to citizenship

In 2012 exit polls, 65% of all voters said that undocumented immigrants “should be offered a chance to apply for legal status,” while only 28% said that they should be “deported to the country they came from”

If the Republicans are going to offer real immigration reform, they must do better than Lamar Smith’s STEM bill, which would sacrifice the diversity lottery for more high-tech visas

Our new post-election scorecard documents how the immigration issue played out in several House and Senate races across the country.  Find recaps of the House and Senate races monitored throughout the 2012 cycle, including relevant demographic information, a description of the role immigration played in the campaign, updated information on each race’s outcome, and analysis about what the results mean.