Washington – In a new Arizona Republic piece, “Why exit polls are wrong about Latino voters in Arizona,” Stephen A. Nuño and Bryan Wilcox-Archuleta refute exit poll claims that 31% of Arizona Latinos cast votes in favor of Donald Trump. Relying on analysis of precincts – instead of counties – Nuño and Wilcox-Archuleta find that… Continue »

Like the Kahn Family and Judge Curiel, He Demeans a Latina Who Won Miss Universe Washington, DC – One of the most potentially consequential moments of last night’s first presidential debate occurred when Hillary Clinton introduced viewers to the story of Alicia Machado – the Latina Miss Universe pageant winner whom Donald Trump mocked in… Continue »

Most people go to dinner, see a movie, or get a sweet bouquet of flowers for an anniversary. Speaker Paul Ryan and House GOP’s idea of an anniversary present is a politically-motivated vote attacking millions of immigrant families, which happened just earlier. Today marks the third anniversary of the RNC’s “autopsy report,” announced a few… Continue »

Donald Trump and the Republican Party are threatening the livelihood of millions of immigrants across the country. Trump’s recent victory in Nevada is proof of how xenophobia and anti-immigrant hatred are pushing the Republican Party further to the right. Plain and simple, electing any of the leading Republican candidates as the next President would disastrous for… Continue »

Donald Trump has been spewing racism and xenophobia since the day he announced his campaign for President back in June. He started with attacks on Mexicans and has been expanding his attacks to include immigrants and Muslims, among others. Trump’s messages aren’t lost on racists and white supremacists who are feeling emboldened by his rhetoric. The… Continue »

Will Examine Latino Influence and Immigration Politics in Competitive Senate Races in Ohio and Beyond Washington, DC – As 2015 draws to a close and all eyes focus in on the official start of primary season, America’s Voice, the parent organization to Ohio’s Voice, and Latino Decisions announced, yesterday, a new 2016 Senate project to… Continue »

Latino Decisions and America’s Voice to Examine Latino Influence and Immigration Politics in Competitive Senate Races Washington, DC – As 2015 draws to a close and all eyes focus in on the official start of primary season, America’s Voice and Latino Decisions announced, today, a new 2016 Senate project to monitor political developments in states… Continue »

By David F. Damore (cross-posted from Latino Decisions) The last three election cycles produced significant volatility in the composition of the US Senate. In 2014, the GOP netted nine seats to secure its current 55 to 45 majority, while in 2012 the Democrats picked-up two seats to sustain the majority the party had gained in 2006. The Democrats’… Continue »

El último debate republicano del año es esta semana y la contienda por la nominación presidencial republicana continúa tan turbia e incierta como comenzó. Lo que está clarísimo es que la dinámica de la interna y el hecho de que el puntero sea Donald Trump, con sus descabelladas y peligrosas propuestas, debe ser para los… Continue »

Earlier this week, the Washington Post reported that the National Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee (NRSC) had concerns about the impact of Donald Trump’s candidacy on the 2016 GOP Senatorial candidates. But, at the same time, the NRSC wants its 2016 Senate candidates to figure out how to capitalize on the “Trump phenomenon.” Turns out, one… Continue »