Immigration, Voter Suppression, and Political Engagement in the 2020 Election

Introduction by series curator, Dr. Mara Ostfeld, Department of Political Science, University of Michigan

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When Donald J. Trump launched his presidential campaign on June 16, 2015, there was only one issue on his website: immigration. His position on immigration was notably conservative and exclusionary, with “Build That Wall”…

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