New Data: GOP Can Make Inroads with Latinos on Immigration

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Since last November's election, pundit after pundit --- even those who lean right -- has said that the Republican party needs to win minority voters who cast their ballots overwhelmingly Democratic. Adriana Maestas at Latino Politics Blog has been watching this issue and tells us about a new study that there maybe be hope for the GOP to become a big tent, after all:

The folks over at Latino Decisions came out with a new poll a few weeks ago. Basically, immigration reform is now the most important issue for Latino voters, and the GOP has an opportunity to make gains within the Latino electorate if it is able to take on a larger role in passing immigration reform with a path to citizenship. You can read a quick synopsis of the polling here.

Nov. 06, 2012 - Austin, Texas, U.S. - Voting sign in Spanish and English in Austin..(Credit Image: © Sandra Dahdah/ZUMAPRESS.com)


Check out Adriana's post and tell us: do you think the GOP is doing a good job at representing people of all races?

Read more from New Data: GOP Can Make Inroads with Latino Voters on Immigration at Latinopoliticsblog

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