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Ohio’s Voice Presidential Debate Plans: 5 Ways to Plug In

In preparation for tonight’s debate, here are five ways you plug into the conversation with Ohio’s pro-immigrant community: For Homework: Read the America’s Voice/Latino Decisions poll of Latino voters in Ohio to see how the community is viewing the presidential and U.S. Senate races, and the role that the immigration issue plays in their political choices. Pre-Game: At 8pm Eastern, log on … Continue reading »

Key Immigration Resources Ahead of Tonight’s First Presidential Debate

Our Take on the Key Immigration Questions and Background – and How to Follow Along with America’s Voice Join with the America’s Voice team to preview and follow along during tonight’s presidential debate – http://americasvoice.org/debate/  Google Hangout TODAY, September 26 from 8-8:30 PM: Join Frank Sharry and Juan Escalante ahead of the debate to discuss what is at stake … Continue reading »

Key Immigration Resources Ahead of First Presidential Debate

Our Take on the Key Immigration Questions and Background – and How to Follow Along with America’s Voice Join with the America’s Voice team to preview and follow along during the first presidential debate – http://americasvoice.org/debate/ Google Hangout on Monday, September 26 from 8-8:30 PM: Join Frank Sharry and Juan Escalante ahead of the debate to discuss what is … Continue reading »

For First General Election Presidential Debate, North Carolina Latino Organizations Will Host Phone Banks and Watch Parties

**MEDIA AVAILABILITY*** Monday, September 26th 7-11 pm EST Two locations: Durham & Asheboro For First General Election Presidential Debate, North Carolina Latino Organizations Will Host Phone Banks and Watch Parties Latino organizations are gathering for a phone bank to Latino voters ahead of the first general election presidential debate. Following the phone bank, organization members and … Continue reading »

Media Advisory: Columbus Community Members Gather to Watch the First Presidential Debate of 2016

Monday, September 26, 8-11pm, Bottoms Up Coffee Co-OP, 1069 W Broad St WHAT: Columbus community members gather to watch the first presidential debate of 2016 WHEN: Monday, September 26 at 8 pm – 10:30 pm WHERE: Bottoms Up Coffee Co-Op – 1069 W Broad St, Columbus, OH 43222 WHO: Columbus community leaders and community members Media Opportunities Reaction interviews in response to … Continue reading »

For First General Election Presidential Debate, Ohio Latino, Immigrant & Allied Voters Plan Watch Party in Cleveland

***MEDIA AVAILABILITY*** Monday, September 26th at 8 pm EST Moncho’s Bar & Grill: 2317 Denison Avenue For First General Election Presidential Debate, Ohio Latino, Immigrant & Allied Voters Plan Watch Party in Cleveland Event open to public/press; live coverage from La Mega 87.7 Monday September 26, 8-11pm, Moncho’s Bar & Grill, 2317 Denison Avenue A broad and … Continue reading »

Republicans Kicked Off Their First Debate Of 2016 Like They Finished Off 2015: Out-Trumping Each Other On Immigration

Republicans kicked off their first Presidential debate of 2016 just like they finished off 2015: Trying to out-Trump each other in order to suck up to the anti-immigrant crowd that now makes up their base.   One of the most heated moments of the night came from Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, who yet again bickered with each … Continue reading »

Sorry Gov. Haley: Entire GOP Field Following Siren Call Of “Angriest Voices” On Immigration

Ahead of Tonight’s GOP Debate in SC, Leading GOP Contenders Propose Mass Deportation or Self-Deportation During this week’s official Republican response to the State of the Union address, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley called on the country to resist “the siren call of the angriest voices” in how we welcome and treat immigrants.  The fact is that the … Continue reading »

“Say Bye To Latino Vote”: Twitter Reacts To Extreme Rhetoric From Last Night’s GOP Debate

Last night’s Republican Presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada became a race over who can go furthest to the extreme right, with leading candidates uniting as both anti-immigrant and anti-refugee. In a round-up below, journalists, immigration advocates, and others react to the radical agendas proposed by Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and others. The main #GOPDebate starts … Continue reading »

“Out Of Touch”: Immigration Advocates React To Last Night’s Republican Primary Debate On Twitter

Last night’s Republican debate in Milwaukee featured an extended discussion on immigration — check out a longer take from America’s Voice here — including Donald Trump praising “Operation Wetback,” one of the darkest periods in American history. While many noted Jeb Bush and John Kasich deserved credit for speaking up against the disturbing mass deportation plan pushed … Continue reading »