With one week to go, Angle backtracks on the border. Voter guide shows immigration a key issue in 54 races. Spanish language ad blitz hits NV and CO to turn out Latinos in wake of Republican attacks. Illinois’ Kirk a nightmare on DREAM. DNC announces major Spanish ad buy.

Among Latinos, interest in voting shoots up 10% in one month. A conservative group tries to suppress the growing Latino vote in Nevada, but Univision is refusing to run their ads. Joe Miller hearts East Germany’s approach to border security. Even after stock photo snafu, Angle finds new ways to trip up with Nevada’s Latino (Asian?) voters.

Sharron Angle and David Vitter pull out all the stops, and stock photos, with race-baiting immigration ads. Dobbs pulls a Whitman. Fiorina hits Boxer for voting against immigration reform that Fiorina opposes. Politicos wonder: will Latino voters turn out? Welcome to Immigration Insider | 3 Weeks to Election 2010

CA-Gov debate highlights Whitman’s immigration hypocrisy following housekeeper kerfuffle. Poll shows DREAM debate helped Dems with Latino voters. Murdoch, Bloomberg latest to lobby Congress for immigration reform. Menendez introduces comprehensive bill; Hatch fires back with enforcement-only. DREAM Act helps spur unprecedented GOTV efforts across the country.

Various outlets report on a $300,000 radio ad campaign launched yesterday to mobilize the Latino vote heading toward the November 2nd elections. In California, Meg Whitman takes a stand against immigration reform in her first debate in the governor’s race, and in New Mexico President Obama makes the case once again for comprehensive immigration reform.

Check out America’s Voice new weekly resource on immigration politics, leading up to November’s election– SUBSCRIBE and get Immigration Insider in your inbox every Tuesday– absolutely gratis. “A vote on the DREAM Act is delayed, but the debate itself could boost Dems’ chances this fall. GOP Congressman blasts DREAM supporters as “accomplices to murder.” FOX News is furious… with Stephen Colbert. Marco Rubio speaks Spanish. America’s Voice teams up on Spanish-language ad blitz to show who’s blocking the DREAM Act, immigration reform.”

Via Huffington Post’s Amanda Terkel, Florida’s Independent Senate candidate Charlie Crist says immigration reform is key to keeping social security solvent: “Studies show that 11-14 million people are in the country as non-citizens, and if we are willing to have a thoughtful, reasonable pathway to citizenship — earning citizenship — then those 11-14 million people can become productive, participating members of the American economy, paying the payroll taxes, helping Social Security going forward, and making America stronger financially…”

In the second part of his interview with Telemundo, President Barack Obama declared that since he’s not the king or emperor of the United States, he can’t unilaterally change immigration law. After Tuesday’s vote blocked addition of the DREAM Act to a Senate bill, Republicans who voted against it are being targeted by the press — but some are talking to Senator Richard Durbin about a version of the bill they might support.

The Spanish-language press devotes much of its coverage today to the setback suffered yesterday for the DREAM Act after the Senate was unable to pass a motion to debate the Defense appropriations bill to which Democrats planned to add the DREAM Act as an amendment.

The Spanish-language press devotes much of its coverage today to the likely vote on the DREAM Act in the Senate this week.

DREAM vote this week. La Opinión publishes the editorial “A reasonable strategy” (“Una estrategia razonable”), arguing that the Senate should put aside electoral politics to pass the DREAM Act.