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Democrats and the Politics of Executive Action on Immigration

Reports that the House Republican leadership will not consider immigration legislation during the present Congress once again raises the prospects that President Obama will take executive action on immigration. Recent polling conducted by Latino Decisions for the Center for American Progress Action Fund suggests that executive action on immigration could help to offset some of […]

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New Poll: Latino Voter Views on President Obama Using His Executive Authority on Immigration

New polling of Latino voters conducted by Latino Decisions for the Center for American Progress Action Fund shows that Democrats stand to gain from the president using his broad executive authority to grant the immigrant community a measure of relief after House Republicans failed to pass immigration reform. TOPLINES HERE, and SLIDES HERE. Center for […]

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ADVISORY: Press Call & Webinar on Immigration Administrative Options, Course of Action for the President, and Latino Voters’ Views

For Immediate Release June 27, 2014 Contact Tanya Arditi, 202.741.6258 tarditi@americanprogressaction.org Washington, D.C. — As House Republicans continue to stymie immigration reform legislation, the Center for American Progress Action Fund will release a report detailing the steps that the president can take to begin the process of fixing our broken system. The report examines the president’s […]

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Infographic: GOP has a lot to win or lose on immigration reform

A new survey conducted by the Center for American Progress and Latino Decisions finds Republicans have a lot to win  by addressing immigration reform, and a lot to lose by ignoring it.   Infographic produced by SwitchYard Media

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New Poll: GOP actions on immigration reform key to their future

New polling of Latino voters conducted by Latino Decisions for the Center for American Progress Action Fund finds Latino voters unequivocally want immigration reform to happen before the 2014 midterm elections. VIEW TOPLINES HERE, and SLIDE DECK HERE. With 49 percent of Latino voters indicating they have voted for Republican candidates in the past, there […]

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Press Call and Webinar: New Poll of Latino Voters on Immigration Reform and Impact of Inaction

ADVISORY: Press Call and Webinar Discussing New Poll of Latino Voters’ Views on Immigration Reform and the Impact of Inaction Washington, D.C. — As we approach the one-year anniversary of the Senate’s passage of immigration reform legislation, it remains a mystery if House leadership intends to take up the issue. New polling by Latino Decisions sheds […]

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Immigration Legislation or Executive Action Will Shape Latino Vote

Last summer, in the wake of the US Senate’s passage of S. 744, the “Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act,” Latino Decisions, in concert with America’s Voice, identified three tiers of Democratically and Republican held competitive House districts where Latino voters are sufficiently concentrated to be influential in 2014. Our analysis suggests that […]

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Latino Principles of Immigration Reform

Since the record defeat that Republicans suffered among Latino voters in 2012, prominent GOP voices have lined up to encourage their party to do a better job reaching out to Hispanics. John McCain, Jeb Bush, Karl Rove, Lindsey Graham, Paul Ryan and in the last two weeks John Boehner and even Rand Paul have all […]

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The Prop 187 Effect: How the California GOP lost their way and implications for 2014 and beyond

According to polling data from the California Field Poll, after winning the presidential election in 1980, former California Governor Ronald Reagan raised his share of the Latino vote from 35% to 45% in 1984 while carrying 59% of the entire state.  Republicans went on to win the Golden state again in 1988. Since that election, […]

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New Report to Detail “Prop. 187 Effect” on GOP House Races Across Nation if Immigration Reform Does Not Move Forward

Register for webinar:  https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/625595399 New Report to Detail “Prop. 187 Effect” on GOP House Races Across Nation if Immigration Reform Does Not Move Forward Data Shows How Latino Voters Will View Immigration Stall and Impact for GOP in Future Los Angeles, CA – On Thursday, October 17th, researchers from respected Latino Voting trends firm, Latino […]

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