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Cheers For Biden At NAACP Convention As He Contrasts Obama And Romney

When the vice president said access to the ballot box should be "expanded and unencumbered," he got a big cheer. Republicans, he said, see a future where "voting is made harder, not easier."
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Presidential Campaigns Spar Via NAACP Convention

Vice President Joe Biden spoke today at the NAACP's annual convention, where GOP Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney already faced a tough crowd. Guest host Maria Hinojosa discusses that and other political news of the week with Michael Fauntroy, professor of public policy at George Mason University and syndicated columnist Ruben Navarrette.
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NAACP Boos Romney's Pledge To Repeal Obamacare

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney told members of the NAACP that he is the better choice for African Americans than President Obama. Romney's comments at the convention in Houston received many boos including when he said he would work to repeal the health care law.
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Arizona Immigration Activists Mobilize Latino Vote

Maricopa County, Ariz., which for years has been ground zero in the debate over immigration, is now the center of an interesting trend. Undocumented immigrants inspired by the state's tough immigration law are among those mobilizing Latino citizens to vote in the November presidential election.
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Friendly Skepticism Greets Romney At NAACP

Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney addressed the NAACP on Wednesday. Rather than reach for common ground, he touted his opposition to issues the group cares about deeply. Romney drew sustained boos when he called for repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
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Where They Stand: Obama, Romney On Immigration

A side-by-side comparision of President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney on immigration issues.

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