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Pollster: Romney's weak Hispanic numbers could cost him election

  Mitt Romney hasn't improved his standing with Hispanic voters — and that could cost him as many as four key states if Hispanic turnout is high, according to a leading Latino pollster.

President Obama leads Romney by 72 to 22 percent with Hispanic registered voters, according to the latest tracking p Read more >

Obama predicts deals on debt, immigration reform in second term

President Obama in a previously off-the-record interview with an Iowa newspaper said he believes a "grand bargain" on the deficit can be reached six months into his second term and that immigration reform can also be approved in 2013.

The Obama administration reversed course Wednesday and allowed the Des Moines Register to release an interview with the president that had previously been off the record. Obama gave the interview as he pursued the influential swing-state paper's endorsement. 

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Latino Voter Registration 'In High Gear' for Nov. 6 Election

Latino Voter Registration ‘In High Gear’ for Nov. 6 Election WASHINGTON, D.C.--A consortium of Latino organizations already has registered a quarter-million new Hispanic voters for this election cycle. Read more >

AALDEF to Poll 10,000 Voters and Document Voting Problems in 14 States on Election Day

The Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF), a 38-year old national civil rights organization, announced that it will dispatch over 600 attorneys, law students, and community volunteers to 14 states to document voting problems in the November 6th elections. AALDEF will also conduct a nonpartisan multilingual exit poll in 12 languages to document Asian American voting preferences, in light of the surge in newly-registered voters and expected high turnout in this Presidential election. Read more >

Rock the (Naturalized) Vote: USC’s Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration releases never-before-seen data of naturalized citizens and their potential for voter registration

Los Angeles, CA—Today, the University of Southern California’s Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration (CSII) launches an interactive, online mapping tool that identifies the share of recently naturalized immigrants in the voting-age citizen population in the U.S. Read more >

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