News from The Hill:
Boehner ‘confident’ GOP, Obama can reach deal on immigration
By Daniel Strauss
Speaker John Boehner said Thursday he was “confident” Republicans could agree to a comprehensive immigration bill.
Obama’s win was fueled by Hispanic voters, who made up a larger portion of the electorate than four years ago and voted overwhelmingly for Obama. The president won Latino voters by 44 points according to the Pew Hispanic Center.
- 2012 election puts spotlight on immigration reform (politico.com)
- Immigration reform returns to fore (politico.com)
- ¡Si Se Puedo! – Obama Wins Re-election and Says Gracias to Latino Voters (hispanicallyspeakingnews.com)
- The Political Inevitability of Immigration Reform – Bloomberg (bloomberg.com)
- Hispanic Political Clout Seen in 2012 Election and Beyond (bloomberg.com)
- Latino groups to Obama: You owe Latinos the election, now pass immigration reform (fromthetrenchesworldreport.com)
- Latinos deliver for Obama; now they want something (charlotteobserver.com)
- Latinos deliver for Obama; now they want something (thenewstribune.com)
- Dreamers Celebrate Obama Win, Gear Up For Immigration Fight (huffingtonpost.com)