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An Evaluation Of The Efficacy Of Community Clinic-Based Integrated Voter Engagement During California’s 2020 General Election

(2021)

This report outlines the findings from a randomized experiment with treatment, placebo, and control groups to measure the effectiveness of AltaMed’s Get Out The Vote (GOTV) campaign for the presidential election of November 3, 2020.

A Path to Prosperity: The Macroeconomic Benefits of Four Immigrant Regularization Scenarios

(2021)

This report estimates the ten-year economic impacts to national GDP, tax revenue, and job creation of four immigrant regularization scenarios currently under consideration by the U.S. Congress.

Disparities in the Distribution of Paycheck Protection Program Funds in California's Congressional Districts

(2021)

This report analyzes inequities in the distribution of loans from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) across neighborhoods with different racial or ethnic makeups in California.

From Affirmative Action to Gig Economy: Racial Differences in the Support for California Propositions in the 2020 Election

(2021)

This report offers a comprehensive look at how both race and geography influenced voter support for 2020 ballot measures in California dealing with affirmative action, rent control, employee protections for gig workers, and other issues.

Vote Choice of Latino Voters in the 2020 Presidential Election

(2021)

This report offers a comprehensive look at the Latino vote in the 2020 presidential election by analyzing votes cast in 13 key states that are home to 80% of the nation’s Latinos.

Top Issues for Latino Voters in Swing States for the 2020 Election

(2020)

This report provides evidence that shows why the economy, healthcare, the COVID-19 pandemic, and racial/ethnic inequality are the top four issues for Latino voters in the 2020 election. This report was co-authored by Dr. Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, director of the Center for Employment Equity at UMass-Amherst.

Latino Workers and Digitalization: An Analysis and Policy Roadmap to Building an Inclusive 21st Century Digital Economy

(2020)

This report analyzes the impact of the digital divide on the lives of Latinos. Latinos are the future of the American workforce, yet findings show that barriers to access to education and digital technology have prevented Latinos from acquiring the skills needed in the 21st-century economy.