Alfonso Aguilar

American Principles Project

Guest

President of the American Principles Project's Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles; first Chief of the Office of Citizenship at the US Citizenship and Immigration Services under George W. Bush

Alfonso Aguilar on KCRW

After President Obama's re-election four years ago, the Republican National Committee officially declared its intention to reach out to the growing Latino electorate.

The Potential Power of Latinos in 2016

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Rank and file voters won't be heard from until January of next year, but Hillary Clinton is already getting an unexpected challenge from  Bernie Sanders  — and others as well.

Long Shots Are Changing the Short Game for 2016

Rank and file voters won't be heard from until January of next year, but Hillary Clinton is already getting an unexpected challenge from  Bernie Sanders — and others as well.

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The US Senate has passed sweeping immigration reform, but it’s stalled in the House.

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