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.

Releases by this organization

Newswire article
Friday, May 07, 2010
On Immigration the NBA Has More Courage than the GOP
Arizona's controversial new immigration law has sparked unprecedented criticism and activism from leaders in the National Basketball Association, especially in Arizona.
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Newswire article
Friday, May 07, 2010
Experts Release New Polling on Immigration in Moderate-Conservative States
On Monday, May 10 th , Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America's Voice, will join Guy Molyneux of Hart Research Associates to release a new poll that dispels the notion that political leaders from moderate to conservative states should steer clear of the immigration debate. The poll of 1,608 voters, conducted in four states - Arkansas, Missouri, Ohio and Colorado - tested voters' opinions on comprehensive immigration reform amidst very harsh attacks from opponents.
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Newswire article
Thursday, May 06, 2010
Mr. President: Americans Want Action on Immigration Reform, Not a Process
At a White House reception celebrating Cinco De Mayo last night, President Barack Obama deflated momentum on the prospects of immigration reform in the near future, stating only that he wants to "begin work this year" on reform and warning the audience that securing the legislation will be difficult. According to Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America's Voice:
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Newswire article
Tuesday, May 04, 2010
After Arizona, Public in General, and Latinos in Particular, Want Action on Immigration Reform
New analysis of the role Latino voters will play in contested races this November and new independent polling by the New York Times and CBS News point to the fact that moving forward on immigration reform would be both good politics for Democrats and broadly supported by the public.
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