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CARROLL — As he surged to the top of two national polls, Newt Gingrich spent nearly three hours at the Santa Maria Winery, speaking with voters, taking questions, signing books and screening a move he co-developed to celebrate Pope John Paul II.
The latest web video offering from the 2012 campaign of Mitt Romney seeks not only to link Texas’ in-state tuition program for immigrations to Democrats, but to show that it was touted by Mexican officials.
An in-state tuition law that sailed through the Texas Legislature and across the governor’s desk 10 years ago continues to haunt Rick Perry’s presidential campaign in strange new ways. Most recently, a hardline anti-illegal immigration group protested outside a Perry fundraiser, and new complaints about social media censorship from Perry supporters.
U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann’s legislative endorsements in Iowa are quite the mixed bag.
Former GOP presidential hopeful Tom Tancredo worked to keep immigration a part of the national conversation in 2008, and the former Colorado congressman isn’t too keen on recent stances taken by Texas Gov. Rick Perry during the 2012 contest.