According to new polls from Magellan Strategies, the vast majority of likely voters in three Republican-held districts—CD-10, CD-21, and CD-22—support immigration reform that creates a path to citizenship for 11 million aspiring Americans.  These findings confirm the results of hundreds of other surveys conducted over the past few years.... Continue »
Steve King has had a busy fall. He has been spearheading the effort to block  any immigration reform bill from moving in the U.S House (despite little back up from his ever-shrinking anti-immigrant allies.) Now King and his band of fellow extremists, including Louie Gohmert and Michele Bachmann, have... Continue »
Policy Victories in California and Powerful Rallies Across the Country Underscore Growing Strength of Immigration Movement  With the federal government shut down and Washington characterized by dysfunction and policy stalemates, the immigration reform movement serves as a welcome contrast.  Just this past weekend alone, the immigration movement achieved important... Continue »
Following is a column by Maribel Hastings, Senior Advisor at America’s Voice, translated from Spanish to English.  The article is available for reprint as long as the author is given proper credit. From coast to coast this past weekend, thousands of people turned out for 183 events in 40... Continue »
A new poll of Latino voters from the Public Religion Research Institute shows that Republicans have much to worry about when it comes to the Party’s national prospects and how they address immigration reform.  As a New York Times recap states: More than 6 in 10 Hispanic respondents said... Continue »
It’s been almost a year since the 2012 election, and Mitt Romney has had time to do some thinking.   In an interview with CNN last Friday, Romney talked about the failures of his 2012 campaign and said that his largest error involved his outreach to Latino voters. As... Continue »
In the past week the fight for immigration reform in the House of Representatives has been shaken up by some key developments.  This has led to much discussion and analysis regarding their impact.  Some have grown more pessimistic, but we at America’s Voice have become more optimistic.  Here’s our... Continue »
This morning, we hosted a breakfast with Latino Decisions to talk about Latino voters, the future of the GOP, and the importance of passing immigration reform with reporters. Since the 2012 election (in which President Obama trounced Mitt Romney by more than a 3-1 margin among Latino voters) many... Continue »
New America’s Voice Memo and Website Highlight the Political and Human Cost of Delay A new memo from America’s Voice analyzes the political state of play for the GOP and  a new web site——features a ticker that shows how the real-time human toll of deportations on the one hand... Continue »
To: Interested Parties From: America’s Voice Re: Immigration State of Play Date: September 23, 2013 After years of closed-door meetings, Reps. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), Sam Johnson (R-TX), and John Carter (R-TX) announced the hiatus of their bipartisan working group on immigration last week.  Johnson and Carter blamed the dissolution... Continue »