Adrian Pantoja

Latino Decisions / Pitzer College

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Adrian Pantoja is a senior analyst at Latino Decisions and Professor of Political Science and Chicano Studies at Pitzer College.

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Some Red and Blue states may be turning purple in an increasingly polarized nation.

New evidence of excitement with only a day to go

Some Red and Blue states may be turning purple in an increasingly polarized nation.

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Donald Trump's waffling on immigration — which seemed at the root of his presidential campaign — has even his own campaign staff sounding confused.

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Donald Trump's waffling on immigration — which seemed at the root of his presidential campaign — has even his own campaign staff sounding confused.

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