6/9/12, "Hispanics Turn on Obama — Major Protest as Hispanics Occupy Obama’s Denver Campaign Office," BattlegroundWatch, "Talking only about the states that matter this election year"
"Consistent with my complaints that news items discussing Hispanics and voter appeals from Romney and Obama always mention immigration problems for Romney but never deportation problems for Obama, Hispanic activists have taken matters into their own hands:
Two activists began a hunger strike inside a Colorado campaign office for President Barack Obama on Thursday to demand that he stop what they say are deportations of illegal immigrant youths who would be eligible for the DREAM Act that is stalled in Congress. Obama campaign staff members were using a back door to access the Denver field office as the protesters occupied a couch. The office was closed to the public. Veronica Gomez, 24, of Antioch, Calif., and Javier Hernandez, 23, of Denver, vowed to stay put to demand that Obama sign an executive order barring federal authorities from deporting youth who could be eligible for DREAM Act inclusion.
The Denver Post adds dozens of protestors outside the Obama office:
About three dozen immigration activists are protesting outside an Obama campaign office in Denver tonight, while two more activists have staged a sit-in inside the office. The activists want President Barack Obama to sign an executive order ending the deportation of young, undocumented immigrants who would be eligible for conditional permanent residency under the DREAM Act. The activists waved signs and marched in a circle in front of the office, at 77 W. 9th Ave. They said they planned to spend the night in front of the office.