America's Voice

America's Voice -- Harnessing the power of American voices and American values to win common sense immigration reform. The mission of America’s Voice is to realize the promise of workable and humane comprehensive immigration reform. Our goal is to build the public support and create the political momentum for reforms that will transform a dysfunctional immigration system that does not work into a regulatory system that does.

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Friday, October 13, 2017
USA Today: “20,000 DACA Teachers at Risk — and Your Kids Could Feel the Fallout, Too”
A USA Today story, “ 20,000 DACA teachers at risk — and your kids could feel the fallout, too ,” highlights the fact that DACA recipients work in many different jobs that help Americans – including teaching children in our nation’s classrooms. This is yet another reason why Congress must act with...
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Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Spoiler Alert: GOP Debate in Arizona Tonight Will Feature Tough Talk on Immigration, No Solutions
Immigration has been a hot topic in the GOP presidential primary, despite the fact that most Republican voters are focused on other issues .
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Thursday, February 02, 2012
What They’re Saying: Range of Observers Tear Apart Romney’s “Self-Deportation” Policy
Ever since Mitt Romney issued his support for “self-deportation,” a policy also known as “ attrition through enforcement ,” voices from around the country have responded by highlighting just how unworkable and extreme a policy like this would be. Among the reactions
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Thursday, January 26, 2012
Range of Experts Agree: Primary Battle on Immigration Will Hurt GOP in General
While economic issues are of paramount importance to Latino voters, just like all Americans, the issue of immigration remains a defining, threshold issue for this fast-growing group of voters. The hardline immigration stances abounding in the Republican primary season are putting Latino voters further out of reach for the GOP in the general election, with huge implications for battleground states like Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, and New Mexico and the overall results.
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Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Memo to Jeb Bush: Unfortunately, Republicans Killed DREAM Act in 2010
The issue of immigration is a hot topic in Florida due to the contentious Spanish-language ad wars between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich, interviews on Spanish language TV with the top GOP contenders, and the
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Thursday, January 19, 2012
ICYMI: Influential Spanish Language Media Paying Attention to Romney’s Two-Faced Campaign
Mitt Romney’s attempt to simultaneously run very different campaigns in English in South Carolina and in Spanish in Florida has not proceeded as planned.
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Monday, January 16, 2012
Romney to Campaign with Anti-Immigrant Radical Kris Kobach in SC on Monday
Today at 11 a.m. EST, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), other immigration reform leaders and a leading civil rights group will discuss a stunning development. Mitt Romney has fully embraced Kris Kobach, the controversial author of the anti-immigrant bills enacted in Arizona, Alabama, South Carolina and elsewhere, a move that could disqualify him with many Latino voters across the country.
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Wednesday, January 04, 2012
After Iowa, Report Offers Snapshot of Where Candidates Stand on Immigration
Today, America’s Voice releases an updated version of the report Why Do Elephants Put their Heads in the Sand? , which examines the immigration record and rhetoric of the Republican presidential field. The report assesses how, in contrast to past Republican leaders like Ronald Reagan, the Republican Party as a whole has moved to the anti-immigrant right.
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Monday, December 19, 2011
GOP Contenders Continue to Toe a “Militant Line” on Immigration
As the Republican presidential campaign moves into the homestretch before the first caucus and primaries of the 2012 campaign, it’s increasingly clear that the candidate field is lacking a true moderate on immigration reform in the style of Ronald Reagan and George W.
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Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Mitt Romney Parroting KKK's Anti-Immigrant Slogan Reflects His Extremist Platform of Mass Deportation
A series of media outlets reported yesterday that a key phrase embedded in Mitt Romney’s stump speech and campaign advertisements, “Keep America American,” turns out to be a slogan the Ku Klux Klan used in
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