#GOP alienating #Hispanics. #immigration #latino

(Tucson Citizen) In the wake of the defeat of anti-tax extremists in the Republican Party in Tuesday’s state-wide sales tax election, one has to wonder how SB 1070 and other anti-immigrant laws would fare if put to the state’s voters?

Maybe Arizona isn’t as extreme as news accounts and votes in the state legislature suggest.

One of the more interesting subtexts of Arizona’s immigration debate is how the state’s Hispanics see the issue.

Hopefully more in-depth polling of public opinion will validate or disprove the following impressions.

Numerous interviews with Hispanics down in Nogales in recent days show that cracking down on illegal immigration has widespread support within the state’s Hispanic community. So does immigration law reform with tough provisions for those who entered the county illegally.

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One Response to “#GOP alienating #Hispanics. #immigration #latino”

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