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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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  • Mitt Romney, the most extreme candidate of our era

    With all eyes on Mitt Romney as he limped across the finish line in Iowa, we don't want anyone to forget his statement from this past weekend on the DREAM Act, which he reinforced again today on CNN. And more importantly, with critical votes still coming up in the next few months for the Republican party, we think it's imperative that everyone knows exactly where Romney stands on immigration.

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  • Mitt Romney says he would veto the DREAM Act if president

    In direct contrast to President Obama, Mitt Romney said on Saturday at a campaign stop in Iowa that he would veto the DREAM Act if it passed and he were president. This statement confirms that on immigration, Mitt Romney is the most extreme presidential candidate in recent memory. Thousands of young people who live in this country are upstanding and productive members of their communities, but through no fault of their own cannot attend college or serve in the military.

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  • Did you see Mitt Romney's Fox News interview?

    Last night Mitt Romney left his Mittness protection program for a disastrous conversation with Fox News's Bret Baier. Watch what an "irritable," "flustered," and "icily peevish" Romney has to say about immigration, flip-flopping, and taking things out of context.

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  • Mitt Romney: Extreme on immigration

    In last night's Republican presidential debate, Romney went to the far right of every other candidate, refusing to agree with others on the stage that tearing apart families is wrong or that we shouldn't implement an extreme and inhumane immigration policy.

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  • Last night

    Last night's election results were a wholesale repudiation of extreme and divisive Republican policies, from immigration and women's reproductive rights to ballot access and the treatment of public employees.

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