Experts Analyze Immigration in 2008 Elections and Beyond
Strategists, Pollsters, and Issue Advocates Assess Future of Immigration Policy, Discuss New Swing District Polling on Immigration Issue
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Janet Murguia, President and CEO, National Council of La Raza
Simon Rosenberg, President, NDN
David Mermin, Pollster, Partner at Lake Research Partners
Pete Brodnitz, Pollster, Principal at Benenson Strategy Group
Frank Sharry, Executive Director, America’s Voice
David Mermin and Pete Brodnitz
Frank Sharry introduces David Mermin and Pete Brodnitz, who review exit polling from the 2008 election.
NDN President Simon Rosenberg looks at how immigration played in the 2008 election.
Frank Sharry talks about how immigration was used in the 2008 election
Frank Sharry of America’s Voice talks about pre-election polling conducted in key districts where immigration reform was an issue.
Frank Sharry talks about Latinos and exit polling
Frank Sharry of America’s Voice talks about Latinos, immigrants, and exit polling in the ’04 and ’08 presidential elections.
Janet Murguia talks about immigration and the 2008 election
Janet Murguia, President and CEO of the National Council of La Raza, talks about immigration and the 2008 election at a press conference hosted by America’s Voice on November 13, 2008.