Donald Trump has been made into a pinata, it's a sign his immigration plan is not winning him fans in the Latino community.
"You would think by now that the Presidential hopefuls would understand they need to be for immigrants and education, so far we have heard outrageous comments from Donald Trump," said Dulce Matuz.
Trump is calling for the deportation of all illegal immigrants including so-called Dreamers, or immigrants brought to the United States as children now in college or the military.
Then there's his proposed change to the United States constitution.
Trump wants to repeat the 14th ammendment to the U.S. constitution, it goes back to 1868 right after the civil war. Bottom line, it says if you're born in the United States, you're a United States citizen.
Repealing it would mean children of illegal immigrants would not be U.S. citizens. The idea draws swift condemnation from Trump's opponents.
"Whoever supports repealing the 14th ammendment are the same people waving the Confederate flag today," said Dulce Matuz, with the AZ Dream Act Coalition.
But the Arizona Republican Party, which is trying to improve its standing among Latino voters says look beyond the ideas of a single candidate, namely the Donald.
"If the frontrunner holds extreme views that people don't agree with, he might not win the election. It all depends on the candidate and which direction he is heading in," said Sergio Arellano.