Mitt Romney promises the National Assn. of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials long-term solutions to immigration concerns, but has few details. Mitt Romney offered a family-friendly approach to the nation's immigration woes in his first general-election outreach to Latino voters, but the modest steps that he sketched underscored the political pull-and-tug the issue has become for the Republican presidential candidate.
Senh: Dodgy answers from Romney on immigration is hurting him: "In Florida, the battleground state with the largest number of Latinos, the president has widened his edge over Romney by 8 percentage points among Latino voters, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday. It showed Obama with a 4-point overall lead against Romney, reversing a 6-point advantage for the Republican in a similar survey conducted last month."