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Filipino Absentee Voters Mail Ballots for R.P. Elections

Balitang America, News Report, Don Tagala - The Filipino Channel, Apr 16, 2010

Filipino overseas absentee voting in the United States began on April 10 for the Philippine national elections to be held on May 10. Philippine consulate officials in New York are expecting a bigger turnout this year of Filipino-American voters.

Message of Unity Marches Through Los Angeles

La Opinin, News Report, Eileen Truax, Translated by Elena Shore, Mar 28, 2010

La Opinin estimates that between 10,000 and 15,000 people marched through the streets of Los Angeles Saturday to call for immigration reform. Unlike last year, when disagreements between groups resulted in five separate marches on May 1, the message this year is one of unity.

Obama Has Mojo--Health Reforms Lessons for Immigration Reform

New America Media, Interview with Frank Sharry, Sandip Roy, Mar 28, 2010

What lessons can supporters of immigration reform learn from the passage of health care reform? Do Democrats have the stomach for another fight? Frank Sharry of America's Voice says the window of opportunity is open for a few months.

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Filipinos in Texas Concerned About Pacquiaos Candidacy

FilAmStar.net, News Report, Nicholas Von Wettberg, Mar 26, 2010

Pacquiao is the Filipino people's champ in the boxing ring, but his political interests have made many Pinoys in Texas feeling uneasy about his candidacy for a congressional seat in the Philippine elections this May.

Immigration Reform: Calling all Battle Stations

Frontera Nortesur, News Digest, Staff, Mar 22, 2010

After the historic vote on health care, new legislation on immigration reform is likely to be the center of the next political battle in the United States.

Californias GOP Divided on Immigration

La Opinin, News Report , Pilar Marrero, Translated by Elena Shore, Mar 03, 2010

Meg Whitman and Steve Poizner, who are vying for the Republican nomination in California's gubernatorial primary, have begun to express distinct views on illegal immigration.

Latinos Still Divided Over Census

El Mensajero, News Report, Farida Jhabvala Romero, Translated by Elena Shore and Jacob Simas, Feb 25, 2010

On the streets of San Franciscos Mission District, and in other Latino neighborhoods across the country, the Census 2010 questionnaire still evokes suspicion and uncertainty.

In Redistricting, Diversity Isn't Everything

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Feb 22, 2010

Editors of La Opinin argue that it would be a mistake to think that only a Latino can protect the rights of minority communities.

A Warning to Democrats and Republicans

El Diario/La Prensa, Editorial, Staff, Feb 09, 2010

Forty competitive races across the country could hinge on Latino voter turnout.

Getting to No You

New America Media, Blog, Rene Ciria-Cruz, Feb 05, 2010

Still wondering why the Republican Party has become the party of no?

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