Category: Politics

Arizona Midterm Voters Want Stricter Immigration Controls

Most of those who voted in Arizona’s 2022 midterm elections support policies to strengthen border protection and limit legal immigration. A new telephone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports and NumbersUSA finds that 58% of Arizona midterm voters believe the…
Don Walton: Bush Urged Immigration Reform 16 Years Ago in Omaha

There once was a willingness in Congress and in the White House to tackle immigration reform. But before George W. Bush and the Congress could act, immigration was seized as a political issue and it’s been trapped by politics for…
Election News: How Immigration Influenced Voters and Lawmakers

Like in 2020, this year’s midterm results are likely to remain unclear after election night, but polls and research points to what issues were driving voters’ decisions. Throughout this midterm election cycle, Republicans have made immigration a central issue in…
Democrats Twist and Turn on Immigration as Republicans Attack in Waves

Democratic candidates are either avoiding border issues or talking about them on Republicans’ terms. And the party’s grass-roots allies are struggling for cash and battling burnout. The language from Republican candidates in ads and speeches is clear and negative, using…