Update: Today, Politico reports that the most discussed moment of the debates on Twitter came when an audience member questioned Mitt Romney on immigration. “The debate peaked with 109,560 tweets per minute during that question” [View the story “Obama and Romney Spar Over Immigration in Second Presidential Debate” on Storify] Obama and Romney Spar Over… Continue »

Transcript courtesy of Univision: Lorraine Osorio asked the candidates their stance on immigration. Here’s the full transcript of what they said. CROWLEY: Governor, I want to move you along. Don’t — don’t go away, and we’ll have plenty of time to respond. We are quite aware of the clock for both of you. But I… Continue »

At tonight’s second presidential debate, the topic of immigration was finally addressed.  The substantial back and forth was originally raised by Obama, with a follow-up question from the audience. Today, America’s Voice released short immigration backgrounders on both candidates that put tonight’s immigration discussion into context.  Here are links to President Obama’s and Mitt Romney’s backgrounders. Additionally, below is a reaction… Continue »

At tonight’s second presidential debate, the topic of immigration was finally addressed.  The substantial back and forth was originally raised by Obama, with a follow-up question from the audience. Today, America’s Voice released short immigration backgrounders on both candidates that put tonight’s immigration discussion into context.  Here are links to President Obama’s and Mitt Romney’s backgrounders. Additionally, below is a reaction… Continue »

While immigration has not yet been raised as a topic in this year’s general election debates, Mitt Romney and President Obama are taking the stage again tonight, and we hope that immigration reform is on the agenda.  It’s an issue where the two candidates have very different view, and an issue where both of them need… Continue »

America’s Voice Offers Key Qs & New Candidate Backgrounders on Immigration Ahead of 2nd Presidential Debate When President Obama and Mitt Romney take the stage at Hofstra University for tonight’s second presidential debate, we hope that immigration reform is on the agenda.  This issue has not been addressed yet in either the vice presidential or… Continue »

By Latino Decisions and Latino Vote Matters: ImpreMedia & Latino Decisions released the latest in a series of tracking polls today revealing support for President Obama slipped from 72% last week to 67% this week, suggesting that his debate performance also led some Latino voters to re-evaluate the President. Those who said they are certain… Continue »