Today, at a live streamed panel held in the Tivoli Student Union at the Metropolitan State University of Denver, political analysts, advocates, and community leaders from Colorado and across the country discussed how Latino voters and the immigration issue will shape the Presidential, Senate and House races in this state and beyond.  Gabriel... Continue »
Yesterday, America’s Voice with Latino Decisions released a brand-new poll on the Latino vote in Arizona, finding—among other things—that Obama leads Romney 80% to 14% there among Latino voters, and that Democratic senatorial candidate Richard Carmona leads incumbent Jeff Flake 75% to 12%. Today, we are releasing a new... Continue »
Today, we held a discussion panel in the crucial swing state of Arizona  to discuss the November election, the Latino vote, and the impact of immigration politics.  During the events, Latino Decisions released brand-new polling that gave us insight into what Latino voters in Arizona are thinking.  Here are some... Continue »
Last week, America’s Voice with Latino Decisions released two brand-new polls on the Latino vote in Florida and Nevada, finding—among other things—that Obama leads Romney 61-31% among Florida Hispanics and by an even greater percentage in Nevada. Today, we are releasing a new poll on the Latino vote in... Continue »
Four weeks from today, Maryland voters will have the chance to defend the DREAM Act by voting FOR Question 4.  So far, the polling looks good for our side. Supporters of Question 4, led by students, took to the streets over the weekend with a march by young people that... Continue »
Cross-Posted at Latino Decisions and Latino Vote Matters: The latest impreMedia-Latino Decisions tracking poll released today revealed a continued trend in support for President Obama, and increased dissatisfaction with Republican outreach towards Latino voters, with a possible opening for Romney on his education plan. [Full week 7 results posted... Continue »
What would happen if the United States were to grant a pathway to legal status to an estimated 2.1 million eligible youth in our country by pass­ing the DREAM Act? That’s the  focus of a new report released by the Center for American Progress and Partnership for a New... Continue »
After months of ducking questions about what he would do with President Obama’s deferred action policy, Mitt Romney finally said something that was responsive yesterday in an interview with the Denver Post. This is what he said: “The people who have received the special visa that the president has... Continue »
Against a Background of Hard Line Positioning, Welcome Move Fails to Reassure Washington, DC- After months of ducking questions about what he would do with President Obama’s deferred action policy, Mitt Romney finally said something that was responsive yesterday in an interview with the Denver Post.  Said Romney, “The... Continue »
Sometimes you just need something in writing. From the New York Times today: The Department of Homeland Security has stated in writing that foreigners who are same-sex partners of American citizens can be included under an Obama administration policy suspending deportations of some immigrants who pose no security risk. In letters... Continue »