The Republican candidate,, today his campaign committee that will seek to attract the Hispanic vote for the November elections, when will battle with President to govern the United States. figures as former Secretary of Commerce , former attorney general of Puerto Rico Jose Fuentes and former president of the Small Business Administration Hector Barreto in the group, whose hook will exalt the business success of the conservative leader.
The committee called "Together for Romney" work in areas such as Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Nevada and New Mexico, some key battleground states that will have an important weight in the election on November 6.Official estimates calculated a record participation of at least 12.2 million Hispanics suffrage in the winter, so this population group will be decisive in choosing the next U.S. president. Recent polls give 61 percent of the vote to Obama and 27 percent to Romney in the Hispanic community.
But the U.S. president as pursues the shadow of broken promises and achieve comprehensive immigration reform and improvements in key social indicators for the sector, which led to great advantage to get to the White House in 2008. During his three years, the Democratic administration broke the record for deportation of undocumented figures only in 2011 exceeded the 400 thousand people.
In this period, and in the absence of comprehensive immigration reform, states like Alabama and South Carolina seeking to formalize measures that criminalize immigrants and call for their expulsion, which racial profiling has been denounced by organizations defending civil rights. Even the Hispanic community shows unemployment rates above the national average: 10.5 percent vs. 8.2 percent overall, according to department data Labour. Romney's team also exploit these arguments in their proselytizing activities to woo the Latino vote.