Huge Latino Support for Democrats in Presidential, Senate and House Races Shows Texas May Not Be Red for Long  The 2012 elections demonstrate that Latino and new citizen voters are changing politics in Texas and around the country. Newly-released election-eve polling from impreMedia and Latino Decisions – which surveyed Latino voters nationally and in eleven states, including Texas – shows… Continue »

Mitt Romney won’t give an answer as to what he’ll do about the deferred action policy for DREAMers  if he wins, but Texas GOP Senate candidate Ted Cruz isn’t afraid to say what he thinks. Cruz wants Romney to end it. Via Elise Foley at Huffington Post: Ted Cruz, a Republican senatorial candidate from Texas,… Continue »

No Wonder Latino and Other Voters Are Rejecting GOP Washington, DC –  With his sensational spin around a new Congressional Research Service (CRS) memo, Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) is proving once again that he sees “immigrant” as synonymous with “criminal”—and showing why the Republican Party is having such a hard time courting Latino voters and… Continue »

Arizona Rep. Raul Grijalva has developed a reputation as a blunt, staunch liberal since being elected to represent his state’s 7th District in 2003. His outspokenness garnered him national headlines in 2010, when he called for an economic boycott of Arizona following the passage of SB1070.