As was true in other conservative states this year, exit polls from the Alabama and Mississippi primaries show that the Republican electorate is not all riled up about the immigration issue. Few Alabama and Missisippi primary voters declared immigration to be their priority issue, while recent polling from... Continue »
As was true in other conservative states this year, exit polls from the Alabama and Mississippi primaries show that the Republican electorate is not all riled up about the immigration issue. Continue »
Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) is not done calling out Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer for turning down his request to testify before a Senate hearing on immigration legislation. Continue »
As the GOP candidates gear up for Tuesday's primary in Alabama, the home of the nation's toughest immigration law, Mitt Romney remains comparatively quiet on the state's form of "self-deportation" which he promoted aggressively just months prior. Some say his fear of alienating Latino voters in the general election... Continue »
I'm about to board a 14 hour flight to Seoul, South Korea, where a delegation of national civil and labor rights leaders will tell Hyundai shareholders that their company's decision to brush aside requests to help repeal Alabama's anti-immigrant law is unacceptable. A few weeks ago, civil, human rights,... Continue »
I'm about to board a 14 hour flight to Seoul, South Korea, where a delegation of national civil and labor rights leaders will tell Hyundai shareholders that their company's decision to brush aside requests to help repeal Alabama's anti-immigrant law is unacceptable. A few weeks ago, civil, human rights,... Continue »
Several weeks ago we posted an update to our "Boycott Hate" campaign: how we'd asked car companies like Honda and Hyundai to join us in the fight to repeal Alabama's anti-immigrant law HB 56, and how they basically told us it wasn't their problem. As a CNN report... Continue »
The Alabama Republican primary is tonight, and the Center for American Progress has released its latest fact sheet entitled "The Top 10 Things You Should Know About Alabama's Demographic Changes and Immigration Politics". Continue »
The Alabama Republican primary is tonight, and the Center for American Progress has released its latest fact sheet entitled "The Top 10 Things You Should Know About Alabama's Demographic Changes and Immigration Politics". Continue »
This group's consensus is that, mainly because of Alabama's harsh immigration law and Republican presidential candidates' embrace of it and similar laws, the Republicans are in real trouble come election time. Republicans can't win without a good chunk of the Latino/Hispanic vote, and that's just the way it is. Continue »