Yesterday, PICO California and America’s Voice released new district-level polling and analysis finding that voters in three key California districts overwhelmingly support immigration reform with a path to citizenship (and specifically, HR 15, the House bill which legislates both) and that the Congressmen representing those districts would benefit enormously if they supported such a proposal. As… Continue »

The following is a cross-post from Magellan Strategies, the polling firm that conducted the district-level polling in the California districts of Reps. Nunes, Denham, and Valadao released this week: As we approach two full weeks of a government shutdown and a looming decision on the debt ceiling, the nation-at-large might be tempted to overlook efforts by… Continue »

The following is a press release from PICO National’s Campaign for Citizenship: Faith Leaders urge House GOP in Favor of Citizenship to Sign on as Cosponsors of H.R. 15 The following is a statement from Eddie Carmona in response to today’s op-ed from Congressman Jeff Denham (R-CA): The PICO National Network is encouraged by Rep.… Continue »

Yesterday, House Democrats introduced a new immigration reform bill that contains a path to citizenship.  While the bill currently only features Democratic sponsors, its supporters are hoping that House Republicans will soon also join on, since all of the bill’s provisions are bipartisan in nature. In that spirit of bipartisanship, Reps. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) and Jeff Denham… Continue »

We already know Rep. Jeff Denham (R-CA) as one of the House GOPers who supports immigration reform with a path to citizenship.  As a Republican from California, Denham understands why our nation needs immigrants, and why Republicans can’t be the party blocking a policy supported by the vast majority of Latino voters (and the vast… Continue »

Yesterday Rep. Jeff Denham (R-CA), quickly becoming one of our favorite House Republicans due to his newfound support of immigration reform and citizenship, held a community meeting  in California to discuss immigration and its progress in the House. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been much, he acknowledged to a small group of immigration advocates and community organizers, according to… Continue »