*In Final Debate, Trump and Biden Woo Undecided Voters
*In Georgia, Latinos Could Decide Contested Election
*Colorado’s Immigrant Voters Courted to Flip a Senate Sea
In Final Debate, Trump and Biden Woo Undecided Voters – Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden met in Nashville for their second and final presidential
The State of Georgia has broken its early voting records, and Latinos are playing no small part. This traditionally conservative state has emerged as a battleground where the nation’s presidential and Senate candidates are locked in a virtual tie.
In Colorado, where the races for the presidency and a Senate seat are red hot, some are expecting new U.S. citizens to cast the decisive votes.
*Barrett Evades Questions About Health Care and Abortion in Confirmation Hearings
*Anger at Trump Motivates Activism Among Young Arizona Latinos
*Voter Gives Account on Historic Day of Early Voting in Texas
*Immigration Issues Absent from Vice Presidential Debate
*Enthusiasm Surges Among Latino Voters in Battleground State of Florida
*TPS Beneficiaries Tour the Country to Promote Pro-Immigration Vote
(Español) *Primer debate presidencial se sumerge en el caos -
*Se atiza el debate en torno a la Corte Suprema luego de la nominación de jueza conservadora
*En Arizona, Migrantes en necesidad evitar ir al médico por temor a regla de “carga pública”.
The first presidential debate between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden will be remembered as one of the most chaotic and turbulent in history.
In Arizona, undocumented Latino families and those with mixed immigration status are avoiding clinics and hospitals for fear of being considered a “public charge” and facing retaliation from federal authorities.