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Latinos to Vote Democratic Thanks to the Anti-Immigration Nuts


US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Immigration, Democrats, Republicans, campaign 2008 )

Blue
- 3919 days ago - crooksandliars.com
As expected, Latino voters are turning away from the Republican party in droves.



   

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Blue Bunting (855)
Sunday October 26, 2008, 9:21 am


As expected, Latino voters are turning away from the Republican party in droves.

As has happened at different points throughout United States history, New Americans — immigrants and the children of immigrants — are changing the face of the electorate. And apparently they aren’t too happy with the way their communities are being treated. This may in the end decide the outcome of the presidential election.

In a report released today, the Immigration Policy Center points out that New Americans are big voting blocs in key swing states, including: 14.8% of the electorate in Nevada and 14% in Florida. IPC also notes that Latinos and Asians together account for 31.5% of all registered voters in New Mexico, 16.2% in Nevada, 12.6% in Florida, and 11.1% in Colorado.

Most daunting for those politicians who have chosen to scapegoat immigrants — according to a Pew Hispanic Center poll this summer, 75% of Latino voters view the immigration issue as important or very important.

Once again I want to thank the Republican led House of Representatives and the ex-Rep. Sennsenbrenner for making this shift possible. If you're Latino, Please vote and go in groups of at least four because they will try and intimidate you.
 

Blue Bunting (855)
Monday October 27, 2008, 3:49 pm

Gallup Poll: 75 Percent Of Jews To Vote For Obama A new poll released by the Gallup organization on Thursday shows Jewish voters favor Barack Obama over John McCain by more than 3 to 1, with 74% saying they will vote for Obama over 22% for McCain. The "big schlep" worked! Thank you Sarah Silverman!
 
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