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FORMER GOP GOVERNOR: LOSS OF LATINO VOTE COULD KEEP REPUBLICANS PERMANENTLY IN THE MINORITY

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Unfortunately, too many Republicans still think the anti-immigration position of the party is working for them. Former Illinois Governor Jim Edgar knows better. When exit polls from Tuesday show 68% of Latinos think the GOP is anti-immigrant, you've got a problem. The shift in Latino support to the Democrats could be in place for generations if the GOP doesn't quickly take steps to show it is a pro-immigration party.

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  1. George Chell's Avatar
    He is not telling us anything new although it would depend upon whether Hispanics and blacks will vote in large numbers.
  2. Another Voice's Avatar
    I think if the new administration does not act on Immigration they may give an opening to republicans and a second chance on the Hispanic vote. If they act they dems may ensure a solid block of voters for many generations to come as Hispanics are a young sector of the population.
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