Route 2014: Views on immigration reform in Chicago
October 27, 2014
There are two things candidates in Chicago could almost always count on in November – cold weather and a strong democratic showing from the Latino community. But Hispanic voters in the U.S. are angry, and frustrated with what they say are broken promises from President Obama to reform immigration laws –and make the country a better place for the undocumented workers. Latinos are threatening to stay away from the polls to show Democrats they can’t take their vote for granted.
CCTV’s Sean Callebs begins his Route 2014 series with a look at the hot-button issue of immigration reform.