Narrow Margin in Virginia Signals Asian and Latino Influence, Virginia DREAM Act and GOP Fate Hang in the Balance
Latino Decisions election eve polling shows 66% of Hispanics and 63% of Asian Americans voted for Governor-Elect Terry McAuliffe. More specifically, an estimated 95,500 Hispanic and 51,000 Asian-Americans voted in the Virginia election, meaning that Asian and Hispanic voters provided a combined 95,160 votes for McAuliffe, contributing heavily to his slim 56,494 victory margin. As Read More
New Poll: Virginia’s Latino and Asian Voters Weigh In On Gubernatorial Race & Immigration Reform
For immediate release: November 4, 2013 Contact: Katy Green, 650.464.1545 Data Reveals How Virginia Could Be Test Case for the National GOP in 2014 and Beyond ****Latino and Asian Election Eve Poll in Virginia**** ***TUES 11/5 Poll Release in Two Parts*** **WED 11/6 Webinar at 12pm ET** Washington, DC – With Election Day in Virginia Read More
Do Immigrants Actually Make Us Less Safe?
By Christopher Lyons and Maria Vélez, University of New Mexico Advocates for more punitive immigration laws often argue that there is a correlation between immigration and crime, thus contending that securing our borders will make our neighborhoods safer. Consequently, several states have passed laws that allow police to check the immigration status of individuals they Read More