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El voto latino evangélico – The Latino “Evangélico” Vote

Yesterday a survey of Latino “Evangélicos” was formally published. It demonstrated that the majority of Latino “Evangélicos” will be voting for Barak Obama, particularly because of the immigration issue. I invite you to read the full results. http://blogs.impre.com/diarioelectoral/files/2008/10/latino-protestant-poll-report-embargoed-until-10-16-08-at-1-00-pm-edt.pdf

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Posturas de los partidos sobre la reforma migratoria – Stance of the Political Parties on Immigration Reform

  The Democratic and Republican conventions are over. This is an important time to evaluate the state of a just and comprehensive immigration reform in light of the platforms of each of the parties. (You can find the official platforms at: Democratic: http://www.workinglife.org/storage/users/4/4/images/111/2008%20democratic%20platform%20080808.pdf and Republican: http://www.gopplatform2008.com/2008Platform.pdf). The platforms of each were clear. The Republicans stated […]

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Convención republicana e inmigrantes – Republican Convention and Immigrants

According to reports that have come out of the Republican Convention, the official stance of the Republican Party is against a just and comprehensive immigration reform. (See http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/politics/local/stories/090308dnpolimmig.3f4c516d.html). It is not clear what John McCain would do if elected president, but the Party has taken the position of the anti-immigrant wing. We invite you to […]

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