A delegation of DREAMers from the DRM Capitol Group and DREAM Action Boston visited one of Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA)’s campaign’s offices yesterday, but were left to wait outside before they could speak with the campaign about Brown’s stance on the DREAM Act. “We wanted to simply speak on the DREAM Act, which is personal… Continue »

With Latino voters playing such a critical role in the 2012 political cycle, we offer some important numbers regarding Latino voter projections, Latino polling and methodology, and the relationship between Latino voter behavior and immigration: 74% to 26%: Latino Decisions’ LD Vote Predict projection tool now predicts that President Obama will beat Mitt Romney by… Continue »

With Latino voters playing such a critical role in the 2012 political cycle, we offer some important numbers regarding Latino voter projections, Latino polling and methodology, and the relationship between Latino voter behavior and immigration: 74% to 26%: Latino Decisions’ LD Vote Predict projection tool now predicts that President Obama will beat Mitt Romney by… Continue »

In newly released comments from his previously off-the-record conversation with the Des Moines Register editorial board, President Obama unequivocally makes the case for immigration reform as a priority for 2013, while also recognizing that Latino voters’ support will have been decisive if he is able to win re-election. President Obama stated: The second thing I’m… Continue »

In newly released comments from his previously off-the-record conversation with the Des Moines Register editorial board, President Obama unequivocally makes the case for immigration reform as a priority for 2013, while also recognizing that Latino voters’ support will have been decisive if he is able to win re-election. President Obama stated: “The second thing I’m… Continue »

Cross-posted at Latino Vote Matters, Latino Decisions, and Daily Kos: While President Obama’s support among Latino voters has fallen slightly from its peak prior to the first debate (week 6 of the tracking poll), effects of a poor debate performance by President Obama have been minimal. Furthermore, we find that any small Romney gains were… Continue »

Between Otto Reich’s comments that Latino voters are not supporting Mitt Romney because they “are not well-informed” and Rep. Mary Bono Mack’s comments to the Desert Sun today, Republicans are coming up with more and more excuses for the fact that they’re not doing better with Latino voters.  In Mack’s case, she’s not even trying.… Continue »

The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) held a briefing on the impact of the Latino vote in 2012 and beyond this morning, and we attended the event so that we could live-tweet.  Arturo Vargas, the executive director of NALEO Educational Fund, was there to moderate Democratic strategist Maria Cardona and Republican… Continue »