As of today, the Obama administration announced to immigration officials that "family relationships" include same-sex couples. This means that in regards to deportation cases, one partner cannot be deported if the other is a citizen. This is definitely a step forward in the national recognition of gay and lesbian couples (that I believe eventually, if not soon, will be a social norm across the country). This will hopefully prompt other states to follow suit in terms of providing more equality for LGBT citizens.
Obama clearly seems to be campaigning hard for votes from the Latino and LGBT constituencies and this new act seems to encompass these groups quite conveniently. I think this will greatly help his standings in the polls with the Latino group most notably. Obama already has a large number of LGBT supporters, while the votes of Latinos are more on-the-margin and could go either way. Despite my thought, Gallup had an interesting poll which reflects that Latino voters do not always consider immigration as the most important issue when they cast their votes.
Despite the data above, I do think that this inclusive act enacted by the Obama administration will push some on-the-bubble Latino voters over to the democratic party in the November election.