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GOP stares down immigration divide (access required)

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, South Carolina - To hear Republican pollster Whit Ayers tell it, the future of the GOP is in serious jeopardy if it can't woo more Hispanic voters to its side by moderating its position on immigration. As the prominent numbers wizard presented his case to a gathering of Republican National Committee members, ...

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