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In Univision Forum, Mitt Romney Pressed on Immigration

Posted: Sep 20, 2012


MIAMI – In a race to the presidency that could pivot on the Latino vote, Mitt Romney faced a largely Spanish-speaking audience Wednesday night in a forum focused on Latino issues and broadcast from Miami.

Univision veteran journalists Jorge Ramos and Maria Elena Salinas pressed the former Massachusetts governor for details to what he has vowed would be a permanent solution to the flawed immigration system.

But Romney, whose campaign has stumbled on the hot-potato topic of immigration, offered few details about certain aspects of his plans, despite the hosts' persistence.

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