Can Mitt Romney overcome his hardline immigration positions and meet his campaign’s ambitious goal of 38% of the Latino vote, in Florida and nationwide? Can Barack Obama build a strong enough case about his immigration record to energize and mobilize the Latino and immigrant community here and across the country? How will the issue of immigration reform… Continue »

Por Maribel Hastings, asesora ejecutiva de America’s Voice: WASHINGTON, D.C. – Aún en un estado gobernado por una republicana hispana, Susana Martínez, un 69% de los votantes hispanos de Nuevo México planifica votar por el presidente Barack Obama comparado con 24% que piensa hacerlo por el contendor republicano Mitt Romney, según la última entrega del… Continue »

Can Mitt Romney overcome his hardline immigration positions and meet his campaign’s ambitious goal of 38% of the Latino vote, in Florida and nationwide? Can Barack Obama build a strong enough case about his immigration record to energize and mobilize the Latino and immigrant community here and across the country? How will the issue of immigration reform… Continue »

New Poll from Latino Decisions Reveals that Immigration is Important Issue to Virginia’s Latino Voters Today, at a live streamed panel held at George Mason University (which was co-sponsored by the GMU Department of Public and International Affairs and the Middle East Studies Program) national political analysts, advocates, and community leaders from Virginia discussed how Latino voters and… Continue »

New Latino vote polling from Arizona, Colorado, Florida, New Mexico, Nevada, and Virginia. View the full polling results, and watch video of our panel discussions here.

Yesterday, we published the post “State of Play in New Mexico,” from Latino Decision’s Gabe Sanchez, who is also an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of New Mexico and Director of Research. Gabe wrote: Latinos make up nearly half of the state’s population, and more importantly, comprise nearly 40% of New Mexico’s electorate, the highest ratio… Continue »

Today, Latino Decisions highlights the importance of New Mexico in this year’s election. Writing at the Latino Decisions blog, Gabriel R. Sanchez, an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of New Mexico and Director of Research, examines the current politics of New Mexico by looking at the 2010 elections. For more on how… Continue »