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Iowa LULAC disheartened by election results, vows to protect DACA recipients

DES MOINES – The League of United Latino American Citizens of Iowa today expressed its disappointment in the outcome of state and national races and vowed to do its part to continue to protect immigrantsContinue reading…

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“We will fight to make the American Dream a reality for everyone”

By Senator Tim Kaine, Vice-Presidential candidate of The Democratic Party. Earlier this summer, I had a chance to meet with the Orellanas, a family from Bolivia who made a home in Virginia. As we spoke, theyContinue reading…

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LULAC of Iowa launches Get Out the Vote campaign

Latino Americans can have a strong voice in the upcoming election, and it will resonate in the votes they cast. LULAC of Iowa has created the Informed Voters Project specifically to increase Latino voter registrationContinue reading…

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On the Fourth Anniversary of DACA, A Reminder of the Stakes of the 2016 Election

August 15 marked the four year anniversary of the implementation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program for DREAMers, and while DACA changed the lives of 700,000 young immigrants, the results of theContinue reading…

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Latest poll results show key demographic gaps in Presidential Race in the swing state of Iowa

These are the results from the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls, which found Hillary Clinton ahead in Iowa (by four points) among registered voters   Three key Gaps   Iowa  – Gender Gap Men: TrumpContinue reading…

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Eva Savala the Latina Godmother of politics in Rock Island County

By Dawn Neuses Eva Savala has always used her voice to help others: as a wife and mother of five; as a local, state and international union representative; as an advocate for Latino voter registrationContinue reading…

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New US citizen encourages permanent residents to apply for citizenship to exercise the right to vote

During this very patriotic celebration of the 4th of July permanent residents of the United States have a chance to consider initiating the process of becoming citizen. Citizenship comes with one very important right, andContinue reading…