Thursday, November 15, 2012

Marco rubio immigration

  • Marco Rubio Leads On Immigration As Others Play Catch Up

    WASHINGTON -- Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) has been a long-time advocate for a humane approach and softer rhetoric on immigration reform. He's warned fellow Republicans for more than a year that they are hurting themselves with Latino voters. His tone ...

  • Rubio appeals to GOP 'common sense' on immigration

    Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) covered several topics with the National Journal's Major Garrett in his session at the Atlantic Ideas Forum in Washington on Thursday.

  • Rubio Immigration Plan: Reform Piece-by-Piece, Starting with the Kids

    Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is drafting his own legislative alternative to the mostly Democrat-backed Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act, which has failed to pass both chambers of Congress.

  • Immigration stance may put Rubio on GOP's short list

    11:04PM EST November 10. 2012 - WASHINGTON - Some Republicans eager to look past Mitt Romney's disappointing defeat Tuesday are looking to Marco Rubio. Much of the hand-wringing by conservatives about Romney's loss to President Obama ...

  • Why Republicans Are Suddenly Pro-Immigration Reform

    Within days, top Republicans have figured out what to do about this: Support immigration reform! The chorus of prominent voices has been stunning: From Sen. Marco Rubio to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, from television and radio host Sean Hannity to ...

  • GOP Latino formula: Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush

    ... through Rubio's charismatic allure and Jeb's moderate stance. Both have vocalized the need for the GOP to bolster an agenda that can attract Latino voters.

  • Heller positions himself to help broker immigration reform

    Marco] Rubio and myself thought are more open-amnesty," Heller said Wednesday, reasoning through his position on immigration. But Heller wanted to be clear: When it comes to a pathway to citizenship, he's all for it, provided it's "done right." "There ...

  • Sen. Marco Rubio Calls for GOP Focus on Minorities, Immigrants

    With exit polls showing Mitt Romney losing overwhelmingly among minorities and immigrants, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said in a statement posted on his Facebook page that the Republican Party needs to "work harder than ever" to communicate with those ...

  • Rubio huddles with advisers on politics, immigration

    Marco Rubio, who has remainded out of the public eye since the GOP's shellacking Tuesday, huddled with some of his top advisers Friday to discuss politics and immigration, POLITICO has learned. Rubio sat down with Todd Harris, Terry Sullivan and Heath ...

  • Republicans Rethink Immigration Reform After Romney Loses Latino Vote ...

    House Speaker John Boehner now thinks an immigration overhaul can happen. Senators Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Lindsay Graham (R-S.

  • Rubio, McCain, Hatch ready to negotiate on pathway to citizenship

    Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) said "everything ought to be on the table" in the immigration talks, while McCain said there's a "sense of urgency" in the GOP to deal with the issue.

  • The Death of the Dog Whistle

    There's been a lot of post-election hand-wringing about how the Republicans can "reach out" to minority voters. If they can't win just by energizing their shrinking base of white people, what's next?

  • John Boehner Refuses To Say If He Supports Path To Citizenship

    The Dream Act, a formerly bipartisan bill that failed in the Senate in 2010, also would allow undocumented immigrants to eventually become citizens.

  • Flake expects role in immigration reform talks next year

    Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), is expected to make up the core of any Republican group supporting bipartisan Senate immigration reform next year. Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) will also play important roles. Graham has restarted talks ...

  • Can Obama and the GOP mend fences on immigration reform?

    Prominent Republicans such as Florida's Senator Marco Rubio, have stepped closer to the center, advocating some sort of path to legal status, if not full citizenship.

  • How Romney and the Republicans Lost the Latino Vote

    While Republicans have had some voices for immigration reform like Richard Lugar and Marco Rubio, Lugar was beaten in his primary by Tea Party candidate Richard Mourdock, and Marco Rubio hasn't been able to overcome obstacles like Lamar Smith in ...

  • Opinion: Sorry, but Marco Rubio won't lead to Latinos supporting the GOP wondered, "Can Marco Rubio save the GOP on immigration?" In their haste to mend fences with Latinos, the GOP is on the verge of compounding past mistakes.

  • Where Does Cuban Voters' Support for Obama Leave Rubio?

    The idea that Florida Senator Marco Rubio would help Mitt Romney salvage some of the Latino electorate was always one of the Republican Party's more half-baked strategies in 2012.

  • Latino vote makes immigration policy a key issue in presidential election

    It is no accident that one of Mitt Romney's favorite surrogates on the campaign trail is Marco Rubio, the Florida senator of Cuban ancestry, who rallied a crowd Thursday night in Delaware County.

  • Conservatives re-examining position on illegal immigration

    Conservatives re-examining position on illegal immigration. Advertisement. Details. Description. Reaction to Sean Hannity's 'evolved' stance and future of GOP policy.

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