How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Post-election analysis and the Latino vote, a GOP House and immigration, private prisons, more

After brief holdout, Meg Whitman concedes to Jerry Brown - 89.3 KPCC Exit polls showed that Whitman fell short with two key voting groups, Latinos and women.

Mobilizing the Latino vote – CNN An election eve poll of likely Latino voters in eight states conducted by the National Council of La Raza showed immigration playing a major role in mobilizing Latinos to vote.

House Immigration Policy Now in the Hands of GOP and Steve King - The Washington Independent Immigration legislation will be in the hands of likely Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), who will chair the immigration subcommittee.

Utah's Management & Training Corporation's role in Ariz. immigration law - Salt Lake City Weekly A Utah private prison company is yet another industry player vying to house immigrant detainees.

PostPartisan - How should Harry Reid say gracias? - The Washington Post The Senate Majority Leader received an estimated 90 percent of Nevada's Latino vote in his defeat of Sharron Angle.

87-year-old immigrant and first-time U.S. voter: 'I love this country very much' - Los Angeles Times The former nanny and long-ago civil war refugee from El Salvador became a citizen two years ago. Yesterday she voted for Brown.

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