Thursday, August 13, 2020

Immigration executive action delay “dampened” 2014 Latino electoral enthusiasm, report shows

Following the delay of President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, the Democratic Party lost critical support from the Latino community during the 2014 midterm elections, according to polling data from Latino Decisions. All but one out of the ten U.S. Senate races deemed “critical” in November posted statewide Latino voting age populations of 6.1 percent […]

Comentarios From Maria: The President Will Not Abandon Immigration Reform

Congratulations, Republicans. Now prove you can govern. This will be particularly important, because–while Republicans are thrilled with the outcome of the midterm elections– they should realize that because of their track record it in no way portends an easier path to the White House in 2016 than they had in the past two election cycles. […]

Comentarios From Maria: Latinos Will Vote For the Future of the Community

In 2012, we saw that the Hispanic vote tipped the political scale in favor of President Obama, and tomorrow, November 4th, we will witness how the Latino electorate could potentially play a decisive role in the results of the upcoming midterm elections – IF WE ALL GO OUT TO VOTE. Latinos must understand that there […]