Alabama Republican lawmakers announced a bill last week that would revise the state's immigration law. Opponents of the law aren't impressed, and are pushing Democrats in the state house to vote against the bill.
Republicans are ramming photo voter ID laws down states’ throats by drumming up fake scares about “voter fraud” caused by “illegal aliens.”
Mitt Romney’s tough stance on illegal immigration during the 2012 campaign has won him the support of an influential conservative voice on the issue -- Russell Pearce.
In an extensive interview, Juan Williams sits down with Florida Senator Marco Rubio to talk about the DREAM Act, immigration, Mitt Romney, his family's story and more.
A number of organizations are challenging Florida’s strict new voter registration regulations, alleging they are preventing Latinos and others from voting.
Republicans in Congress on Wednesday derided the Obama administration’s plans to improve conditions for immigrants in detention.
Senator Marco Rubio missed the mark on the DREAM Act today when he said that he’d consider offering a path to legal status, but not citizenship, for undocumented students.
Today the Department of Justice announced that they would block the new Texas voter photo ID law because the new law would “disproportionately suppress” turnout among eligible Hispanic voters.
In a Republican campaign that's seen a few troughs, this week's Fox News/Latin Insights poll of 1,200 likely Latino voters may qualify as a full-scale depression.
Anti-immigrant positions of the Republicans seeking the presidential nomination will cost the party Latino voters in November, said Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
A new national poll of Latino registered voters by Univision News/ABC/Latino Decisions has some very interesting findings that cast doubt on GOP chances of making inroads among them.
Shifting demographics, particularly the growth of the minority vote, clearly helped Barack Obama win in 2008. And those shifts continue, which will also help Obama in 2012.
The “no-holds-barred” Republican primary race appears to be taking a toll on the image of the Republican party and its presidential hopefuls, according to a poll released today.
Republicans have an inability to talk about immigration in a way that welcomes Latino voters to the party of Lincoln.