• Romney decided to be the most extreme candidate on immigration

    The Republican National Committee's Hispanic outreach coordinator said this morning that Mitt Romney is "still deciding" what his position on immigration is. That's odd—we're quite sure Romney's made his position on immigration crystal clear over the past several months, proving many times over that when it comes to immigration policy, he's the most extreme candidate in memory.

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  • Romney's running from his immigration record

    Mitt Romney's trying to shake his Etch A Sketch on immigration. He's made a name for himself over the course of the Republican primary as the most extreme candidate on immigration, but his campaign said today that he never called Arizona's controversial immigration law, SB 1070, a model.

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  • Romney is wrong for Arizona

    With just a week till the state's primary, voters are getting to know Mitt Romney and the cast of characters who want to be the GOP nominee. They're quickly coming to discover, as Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz put it today, that "Romney is simply wrong on every issue that is important to Arizonans."

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  • Mitt Romney is wrong for Nevada

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, former Nevada Gov. Bob Miller, and former Sen. Richard Bryan welcomed Mitt Romney to Nevada with an op-ed in the Las Vegas Sun. On every issue important to Nevadans—jobs, housing, immigration, and Yucca Mountain—Romney is on the wrong side.

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  • Romney's immigration extremism is already hurting him

    Why haven't we seen former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, one of the most influential Republican voices in Florida, make an endorsement for the GOP presidential nomination? It may be because he recognizes that Mitt Romney is farther to the right on immigration than any of the other extreme Republican candidates.

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