Are unauthorized immigrants overwhelmingly Democrats?

Are unauthorized immigrants overwhelmingly Democrats?

Mary Mata July 24, 2013

By Eileen Patten and Mark Hugo Lopez, Pew Research Center As Congress debates immigration reform, some political leaders and analysts have speculated that there will be “an electoral bonanza for […]

Latinos Key in Next Midterm Elections

Mary Mata July 12, 2013

By Latinovations A new poll by Latino Decisions revealed that despite a lack of support on the GOP’s issues, 52% of Latino voters said theywould be more likely to support […]

Rep. Filemon Vela quits CHC to protest acceptance of border ‘militarization’

Mary Mata July 2, 2013

By Houston Chronicle Texas Rep. Filemon Vela, who represents a South Texas border district, resigned from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus in protest of the group’s embrace of a Senate immigration bill […]

What Must Happen for Texas to Turn Blue

Mary Mata May 24, 2013

By Forrest Wilder, Texas Observer You hear the question often: Is Texas becoming a blue state? Since President Obama won reelection in November with an emerging Democratic coalition of African-Americans, Latinos, […]

Biden Invites NM Gov. Martinez to his Cinco de Mayo Party

Mary Mata May 2, 2013

By Dan Boyd, Albuqueurque Journal New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and U.S. Vice President Joe Biden appear to have struck up an unlikely friendship. After receiving an invitation from Biden, the […]

Immigration Bill Compromise is a Potential Political Sea Change

NewsTaco April 17, 2013

Victor Landa, NewsTaco It’s 844 pages long. It’s been a long time coming. And it’s a compromise. So it’s a daunting read, a sigh of relief and…better than nothing. I’m […]

Bipartisan Immigration Reform Bill Takes Shape in House

Mary Mata March 18, 2013

By Thomas Ferraro and Richard Cowan, Reuters A bipartisan group in the House of Representatives is close to completing work on a comprehensive immigration reform bill that would include a […]