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How Arizona, Texas, and other solidly red states could soon turn purple

October 23, 2014

Some of the country’s most traditionally conservative states are at a greater risk of turning purple than the GOP might realize. More than 25 million new Hispanic and Asian voters could join the electorate by 2020, according to a new study by the Partnership for a New American Economy (PNAE), an advocacy group for immigration reform….

Press Release: New Research Shows U.S. Electorate Could Gain as Many as 25.6 Million New Hispanic and Asian Voters by 2020

October 23, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 23, 2014 CONTACT Ryan Williams, Partnership for a New American Economy, rwilliams@fp1strategies.com U.S. has 13.2 million unregistered Hispanic and Asian eligible voters New York, NY —The Partnership for a New American Economy today released new data showing how an increasing number of Hispanic and Asian voters could shift the electorate in 18…

The Changing Face of the Nation

October 23, 2014

The Partnership for a New American Economy’s new research brief, “The Changing Face of the Nation: How Hispanic and Asian Voters Could Reshape the Electorate in Key States,” shows how an increasing number of Hispanic and Asian voters could shift the electorate in 18 key states across the country by 2020. Key findings include: There are currently more than 13.2 million…

Nashville’s Hispanic community is vibrant, successful

October 13, 2014

Hispanic Heritage Month, which started on Sept. 15, is coming to an end, and while it celebrates the contributions that Hispanic Americans have made to this country’s economy and culture, millions live in the shadows, unable to fully work and live freely and independently here in the U.S., because of their immigration status. When I…

Loss of high-skilled immigrants hurts growth, wages

October 13, 2014

Deepthi Valli is weighing choices she’d rather not have to make: Return to India or enroll in graduate school. It doesn’t appear she can keep working at Cerner Corp. Valli, 26, is one of thousands of highly skilled foreign-born employees whose U.S. employers can’t get the work visas needed to keep them employed. Federal limits…

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