Romney to pledge to fix troubled US immigration system

By REUTERS
September 17, 2012 07:07

 
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LOS ANGELES - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will pledge to Hispanics on Monday that if elected he will fix the troubled US immigration system in an appeal to a rising voter bloc that overwhelmingly favors Democratic President Barack Obama.

Looking to rebound after a tough week in which he fell behind Obama in the polls, Romney will couple his immigration promises with a commitment to get a handle on America's problem of rising national debt and massive budget deficits.

This is part of the Republican's drive to spend more time talking about the specifics of his economic proposals in answer to voter demands for more information as they choose between him and Obama in the Nov. 6 election.

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