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2020 Elections: Here Are the Democratic Candidates’ Immigration Plans

First published June 13, 2019; last updated August 6, 2019 It has become clear that Donald Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign will use extreme anti-immigrant rhetoric with the hopes of dividing and distracting voters. This is his go-to strategy despite its serious track record of failure, and despite its connection to real-life violence. His xenophobia has … Continue reading »

Democrats Stand with Majority of American By Stepping Up for Dreamers, Owning Common Sense Solutions In 2020 Immigration Debate

Senator Harris and Democrats Want to Put Dreamers on Path to Citizenship, as President Trump and Republicans Push to Put Dreamers on Path to Deportation When it comes to Dreamers, Americans understand it is time to legalize these young people – recognizing Dreamers and other deeply-rooted immigrants are members of the American family and are … Continue reading »

New Swing State Polling: Trump’s Xenophobia Repels More Voters Than it Attracts

As Trump Leans in to the Same ‘Divide and Distract’ Strategy as 2018, Evidence Mounts That it is Backfiring Against Him and GOP for 2020 President Trump’s campaign rally last night in Pennsylvania reminds us that his 2020 reelection campaign will feature an ugly mix of tough guy talk and fearmongering on immigrants and immigration. … Continue reading »

WaPo’s Greg Sargent: “Trump is a disaster on his top issue. A new poll suggests lots of voters know it.”

In his column late Monday, The Washington Post’s Greg Sargent outlines Trump’s failures, from sweeping losses in the 2018 midterm elections following vicious anti-immigrant campaigns, to the self-inflicted chaos at our southern border, and the consequences of Trump’s focus on riling up his base as we inch closer to 2020. Sargent spotlights a new Post-ABC … Continue reading »

As Candidate Trump Zeroes In On 2020 Fear-Mongering, There’s a Clear Path to Drive Latino Turnout

As candidate Donald Trump gears up to, once again, make demonizing immigrants and fear-mongering about Latinos the centerpiece of his 2020 electoral strategy, new research outlines the blueprint for parties, candidates, and organizations to capitalize on the largest racial/ethnic minority group in the 2020 electorate – 32 million Latino voters. The Latino Vote Project – … Continue reading »

Early Engagement, Higher Contact & Diverse Messaging Needed for 2020, New Analysis of Latino Voters Shows

Key Insights Nationally and in Arizona, Florida, Nevada, and Texas View the report online here View the slide deck online here Listen to a recording of today’s call here Today, experts reviewed a new Latino electorate analysis, conducted by Catalist and Latino Decisions on behalf of America’s Voice and the Immigration Hub, showing a need … Continue reading »

Leading Observers: Trump Failing, Has Zero Idea What to Do, and Ignores Solutions in Favor of Chaos and Divisive 2020 Strategy

 Leading observers add some powerful new commentary to the points we’ve been making about the Trump administration’s immigration and border failures and motivations: Trump’s non-existent “policies” have failed and he has no idea what to do; There are practical solutions that a mature and sane administration would pursue; and Despite xenophobia backfiring in 2018, Trump’s … Continue reading »

In 2020 Campaign, John Cornyn is the Texas Mouthpiece for Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Message

Texas is ground zero for the fight for and against a border wall. The state has the longest border with Mexico of any American state which is why President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to build a wall on that border is of vital importance to the Lone Star state. On March 14, 2019, … Continue reading »

Martha McSally Lost in 2018 by Adopting Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Message. She’s Doubling Down in 2020

On March 14, 2018, the United States Senate delivered a stunning rebuke to President Trump. Fifty-nine Senators, including 12 Republican Senators, stood up for the Constitution and voted to reject Trump’s fake national emergency. On the other hand, 41 Republican Senators chose Trump over the Constitution, and one of them was the recently appointed Senator … Continue reading »