Published on Wed, Sep 04, 2013
A recent article on VOXXI featured a recent Special Report created by IPC Fellow Rob Paral, entitled, "Stepping Up: The Impact of the Newest Immigrant, Latino, and Asian Voters." 
The report, which details the future changes the U.S. Congress can expect in terms of voter demographics, was the central focus of the article:
"The newly released study shows that the electoral composition in congressional districts is on track to change as more naturalized U.S. citizens and young Latinos and Asians — many of whom support immigration reform — become eligible to vote in the next few years.
“Representatives contemplating their eventual vote on immigration reform need to weigh the numerous policy arguments in favor of reform and make an informed decision, but they must also understand the shifting demographic dimensions of their districts,” stated Rob Paral, the author of the study."
Published in the VOXXI