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Here's the Biggest Immigration Issue that Trump Isn't Talking About

-- by Laura Smith, Mother Jones:

Anti-Immigration Group Knocks Trump's Choice for Labor Secretary

-- by Allegra Kirkland,

One of America’s largest anti-immigration groups on Thursday criticized Donald Trump’s choice of fast-food CEO Andrew Puzder for U.S. Secretary of Labor, citing his support for guest worker programs and amnesty for undocumented immigrants.

Senators Launch Bipartisan Effort to Protect DREAMers from Trump

-- by Lauren Fox,

A Republican senator and a Democratic senator have joined forces to try to protect DREAMers and shield them from deportation as concerns mount that President-elect Donald Trump could repeal President Barack Obama's executive action to protect them.

Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) went to the Senate floor Thursday morning to announce his plan to work with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), who had already told Politico Wednesday he was moving forward with a bill.

This Time, There Really is a Hispanic Voter Surge

-- by Nate Cohn, The New York Times:

The Four Groups That Will Decide the Presidential Race

-- by Ronald Brownstein, The Atlantic:

For all the turmoil, turbulence, and sheer reality-show melodrama of the 2016 presidential campaign, the actual results appear more likely to deepen long-standing trends in the electorate than to shatter them.

2016: The Year Latinos Saved America?

-- from The Atlantic:

Latino Early Vote Surges From Florida to Nevada

-- by Lauren Fox,

Latino voters are already showing up to vote this election and could cast ballots in larger numbers than Democrats saw in recent elections.

On a call with reporters Friday, Latino Decisions– a polling group focused on Hispanic voting patters– said that Latino turnout is on track to make history next week.

Early Voting by Latinos May Help Clinton in Several States

-- by John Wagner, Anne Gearan and Jose A. DelReal, The Washington Post:

Even as the electoral map shows new signs of volatility, a surge in early voting by Latinos is bolstering Hillary Clinton’s prospects in battleground states including Arizona, Florida and Nevada in the closing days of a tightened race against Donald Trump.

Clinton's 30 Point Lead in Florida Hispanic Poll is "Terrifying" to GOP Nationwide

-- by Marc Caputo,

Hillary Clinton is besting Donald Trump by an historic 30-point margin among Florida Hispanics, according to a new bipartisan poll that indicates Latinos could play an outsized role in delivering the White House to a Democrat for the third election in a row.

Arizona Leads Nation in Early Voting Surge by Latinos

-- by Daniel Gonzalez, The Arizona Republic:

Arizona has seen the largest increase of early voting by Latinos of any state.

As of Oct. 30, nine days before the Nov. 8 election, 13 percent of the early ballots cast in Arizona came from Latino voters, up from 11 percent at the same point prior to the 2012 presidential election and from 8 percent in 2008.

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