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Republicans may have no chance of winning the Latino vote if they stall immigration reform in Congress, a firm specializing in Latino political opinion said. Latino Decisions, based in Seattle, issued a report Thursday titled "The Prop 187 Effect,"
The nation's immigration debate has become an epic struggle between two of the nation's most potent political forces, the growing, crucial Latino vote and the well-funded, highly motivated conservative movement. It's also caused a schism within the
Latino leaders announced their endorsement Wednesday at the Fair Haven Elderly Housing Community Room on Saltonstall Avenue, in the heart of the city's Latino community. She's been there for us, said aldermanic President Jorge Perez...Harp, a state
According to the article, Senator Paul Rand urged New Hampshire Republicans to become more diversified...I don't know the exact diversity statistics for New Hampshire Republicans, but if they get a half-black and half-Latino guy in a wheelchair to
A significant number of Latino voters could be convinced to vote for Republican candidates if the GOP changed tack on immigration, according to analysis of election results and polling data by a Seattle-based polling firm that extensively surveys
If pollster Matt Barreto is right, then Latino voters in Washington were one of the key factors in Gov.-elect Jay Inslee's win over Republican candidate Rob McKenna. Barreto estimates that about 140,000 Latinos voted in these past elections...Asian-
In the wake of President Obama 's re-election, many conservatives are demanding the GOP embrace amnesty for illegal aliens...Others, such as Dick Morris and Charles Krauthammer , are ringing the alarm bells: Get in front on amnesty before the GOP is
But with his re-election victory in battleground states propelled by strong Latino support, Democrats and Republicans in Congress have a stronger interest in cultivating support from a group with growing political clout. Here are five reasons why the
Fri November 9, 2012 More than two thirds of Latino voters chose President Barack Obama on Election Day. (CNN) -- The sleeping giant has awoken: Latinos not only helped Obama win in key battleground states, but they made up 10% of the electorate for
Pre-election surveys and exit polls agreed that the percentage of white voters declined from 2008 to 2012. Photograph: Chip East/Reuters You've probably heard a demographic story like the one I'm about to tell you regarding the 2012 elections.