Press Releases & Advisories

With Vote on “Trump Act”, Senate GOP Eager to Go On Record Once Again As Anti-Immigrant

Instead of Debating Real Immigration Solutions, GOP-Led Senate Chooses Trump-Inspired Enforcement-Only Approach

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As Democratic Presidential Candidates Square Off in Las Vegas Tuesday... Latino Voters Want to See Who Will Fight Hardest AND Succeed in Protecting Immigrant Families & Workers

WASHINGTON – Unlike the Republican presidential debates where candidates have attacked, alienated, and criminalized immigrants and immigrant voters, the Democratic presidential candidates will have their chance to distinguish themselves and appeal to voters, including the tens of thousands of Latino, Asian, and immigrant voters – who make up the fastest growing segment of the US electorate, and who will be paying close attention Tuesday night. 

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Latino & Immigrant Voters Can Speak 'Politics' Too, Sen. Rubio

Latino, Immigrant Voters See Through The Candidate's Double-speak on Immigration; Demand Nothing Less Than Citizenship

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“If Boehner Was Stepping Down Anyway, He Should’ve Passed Immigration Reform to Better the Country”

WASHINGTON, DC - Below is a statement by Lia Parada, the Legislative & Policy Director of the Alliance for Citizenship:

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Racist Rhetoric by GOP Contenders Not Welcome in Southern California

Hundreds of California Activists Rally Outside CNN Debate, Calling for an End to Attacks Against Blacks, Immigrant Families, and Working Families, Urging Candidates to Focus on Issues & Solutions. Livestream will be available on Twitter via Periscope @Citizenship4All

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Jeb Bush Sinks to New Low Trying to Unbungle His Anchor Baby Gaffe

Washington, DC—Donald Trump may have set a new low in American political debates with his attacks on immigrants, but it is clear now that other contenders for the 2016 Republican presidential primary are striving to follow him down in courting an anti-immigrant base even though Latino, Asian, and immigrant voters are the fastest growing segment of the U.S. electorate.

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Across the Country, Latino & Immigrant Community Leaders Sound Off on This Week’s Rightward Shift in GOP Immigration Debate

Entire 2016 GOP Field Publicly Embraces Mass Deportation, Activists Vow Latino Voters Won’t Forget How Candidates Gave In to #TrumpEffect

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List of Events: August 6th GOP Debate Watch Parties

Latino & Immigrant Families, Advocates, & Allies Have One Question for GOP Presidential Hopefuls: “Re: the 11 million undocumented immigrants in America, do you have any solution that’s different than Donald Trump’s?”

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Although Trump Was Missing from NH Forum, #TrumpEffect Was On Full Display in Candidates' Out of Touch Immigration Responses

Most GOP Presidential Candidates Not Only Call for Mass Deportation of Families, But Want to Halt Legal Immigration that Fuels U.S. Economy

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Latino, Immigrant Voters Looking to ’16 Candidates for New Leadership, But Won’t Find It In #16 John Kasich

Today, Ohio Gov. John Kasich throws his hat into the presidential race becoming the 16th major candidate in the GOP field. Unfortunately, his track record in elected office and remarks so far have not given Latino, Asian, and immigrant voters any assurances that he has the leadership to fix our country’s broken immigration system.

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