At The Fix, the Washington Post’s political blogger Chris Cillizza, took a close look at the new Politico/George Washington University Battleground Poll (which we wrote about yesterday.) Cillizza came up with a number of “takeaways,” including this one on immigration: People are ready for immigration reform. While it’s not a top-of-mind issue (see point No.… Continue »

The ramp-up to the upcoming immigration reform legislative battle has started and will continue to play out in public over the coming months.  As America’s Voice Education Fund’s Executive Director Frank Sharry told USA Today, the legislative “measures that pass are those are litigated in public, in a loud debate.”  However, despite the impending noise,… Continue »

When it comes to immigration reform, Americans want it, Democrats promised it, and Republicans need it.  And as a much-discussed Los Angeles Times article reveals, steps are being taken to deliver it: As soon as the confrontation over fiscal policy winds down, the Obama administration will begin an all-out drive for comprehensive immigration reform, including seeking a path to citizenship… Continue »

As politicians begin discussing immigration reform legislation for next year, one thing is crystal clear: citizenship is the solution. And according to a new national poll, a majority of the American people support it: A new POLITICO/George Washington University Battleground poll finds that 62 percent of those surveyed support an immigration reform proposal that would allow illegal or… Continue »

Today, October 4, 2013 at 12 PM Noon ET, Rep. Judy Chu along with immigration reform advocates will be holding a live Youtube town hall to talk about immigration reform and the House immigration bill that was introduced this week.  You can watch the live video below, and submit questions via Twitter using #HR15. Here’s who will… Continue »