The House GOP’s first move on immigration is to vote on a bill that attempt to kill the diversity visa — brought to you chiefly by Representative Lamar Smith (TX).
In his first post-election press conference, President Obama says he is “very confident we can get immigration reform done”
Momentum keeps building for Congress to create a roadmap towards citizenship for new Americans.
A national Election Day poll of voters demonstrates strong support for President Obama’s decision to stop deporting young immigrants who came to this country as children but are not legal residents
The 2012 elections demonstrate that Latino and new citizen voters are changing politics. Latino voters turned out like never before, voting for President Obama by a historic 75%-23% margin
For the newly re-elected President Obama, there is still the promise of immigration reform to keep
The Wall Street Journal‘s front-page headline on November 1st read “Election May Hinge on Latino Turnout.” If true, Mitt Romney should start working on his concession speech
Steve Schmidt voiced regret over what he described as a ‘collapse of support for Republican candidates by the fastest-growing demographic group in the country”
An impreMedia-Latino Decisions tracking poll shows that Latinos are even more enthusiastic and more likely to vote than ten weeks ago
A variety of polls could be under-counting the Latino vote, resulting in misleading conclusions about the Presidential race and local races around the nation