Immigration protestors stop traffic, demand action from both parties
DENVER -- If the anger voiced by immigration reform advocates is any indication, Hispanic voters appear highly motivated to vote in November's election in higher numbers than they normally do in non-presidential years. And while the conventional wisdom is that higher Hispanic turnout will help Democrats, the protestors who rallied across the street from the State Capitol Tuesday and staged a sit-in in the middle of Broadway, temporarily shutting down the road between Colfax and 14th Avenue, had plenty of anger for both political parties.