In the News

Press Release: Report Finds Foreign-born Minnesotans Contribute Billions in Purchasing Power and Taxes, Strengthen State Housing Market

October 30, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 30, 2014 CONTACT Sarah Radosevich, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, sradosevich@mnchamber.com Angie Zeitlin, Partnership for a New American Economy, angela@renewoureconomy.org Adriana La Rotta, Americas Society/Council of the Americas, alarotta@as-coa.org 40% of Minnesota’s Fortune 500 Companies founded by immigrants or their children Average home value in Hennepin County rose by more than $2,000…

Immigrant Contributions to Minnesota’s Economy

October 30, 2014

The Partnership for a New American Economy, the Minnesota Business Immigration Coalition, and Americas Society/Council of the Americas’ new report, Immigrant Contributions to Minnesota’s Economy, highlights the important role that Minnesota’s foreign-born population plays in the state’s economy. Key findings of the report include: The overall role of immigrants in the state’s economy has resulted in meaningful…

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 unregistered…

Get Partnership Updates

Join America’s mayors and business leaders in making the case for sensible immigration reform as a way to boost economic growth and create jobs for Americans.

Get updates »

Join the Conversation

Join leaders in calling for sensible immigration reform on our social media channels.