On Thursday, Mitt Romney will address the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials. It's an annual conference with a long history of hosting presidential hopefuls seeking to pitch themselves to the Latino community. President Obama will speak at the conference on Friday.
Mitt Romney’s challenge will be to find some way to contend with Obama’s announcement last Friday that undocumented immigrant youth will be able to stay in the United States and have the opportunity to apply for work permits.
DeeDee Garcia Blase and Sylvia F. Garcia discuss Mitt Romney’s predicament. Blase is a founding member of the National Tequila Party, a female-led, bipartisan, Latino political group. Blase was formerly president of Somos Republicanos. Garcia was the national hispanic inclusion director for Newt Gingrich’s bid for the Republican nomination.