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 the immigration issue will shape the presidential and Senate races in this state and beyond.  Michael… 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… Continue »

This week, America’s Voice with Latino Decisions is finishing our series of releases on polling information about Latino voters in key swing states.  Today, we are releasing new data about Latino voters in Virginia.  The polling will answer questions about which candidate these segments of the electorate are supporting, what their policy priorities are, how… Continue »

As we enter the thick of campaign season, we’re starting to see the new paradigm of immigration politics play out in television ads. Candidates who support common sense reform are leaning into the issue. And, they’re pushing that message to an important constituency: Latino voters. The Obama/Biden campaign has Spanish language ads on the air… Continue »

Last month, Latino Decisions and America’s Voice released polling of Latino voters in five battleground states: Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Nevada and Virginia. On Friday, July 13th, President Obama campaigned in Virginia. Univision’s Jordan Fabian noticed the President’s stump speech included language on immigration: President Obama briefly departed from his usual stump speech in Virginia Beach,… Continue »