Mission Local interviewed Latino residents to see what their thoughts were on the election.
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Four years ago, voters turned out in record numbers to cast ballots in an election that would result in America’s first black president. Voters repeated words like “hope” and “change.” Barack Obama is again vying...
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Follow Mission Local’s live coverage of the first presidential debate! [View the story “2012 Elections: Live Coverage of First Presidential Debate” on Storify]
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The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of President Obama’s healthcare law today, ruling that the government can impose tax penalties on people without health insurance. Obama called it a “victory for all people.” Romney said...
Los residentes de la Misión reaccionan ante la nueva política inmigratoria del presidente Obama la cual otorga permisos laborales a jóvenes inmigrantes indocumentados.
Mission residents react to President Obama’s new immigration policy that grants work permits to young undocumented immigrants.
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La Posarela, a musical play, deals with homelessness, undocumented immigration through the biblical journey of Mary and Joseph. The play starts at 7 p.m. Dec. 11 and Dec. 12 at the Community Music Center in...
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Obama's stance on asylum may help Guatemalan rape victim stay in the United States.
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The Amuse Bouche vendor blended in easily among the Mission's world of hip street food carts. But Celebi-Ariner's impending deportation is a story many Mission residents know all too well.
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The weather felt a little more like fall again yesterday. Makes me want soup, tea, and hot toddies. Also makes me appreciate warmth and big, hot meals. The San Francisco Food Bank is getting ready...
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With Day of the Dead and Halloween now behind us, surely many people will get the post-dress-up-like-a-fool-in-public blues. But November has other treats in store. And not just turkey/tofurkey day. That’s right, it’s Movember! Not...
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Will Obama allow gays and lesbians to serve in the military?
The hilarious Native-American writer called himself the "Indian Urkel" and riffed on the days of the laborious mixtape, and kicking Obama's butt in basketball.
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