...or another prominent Latino politician as the Republican VP nominee. Although a majority of Latino voters are for legal immigration, I feel the Republican Party has inadvertently alienated a significant number of those individuals by their immigration stance that some see as anti-Latino.
From a strategic perspective, I can't imagine the Republican nominee not making an attempt to re-gain many of those votes. http://articles.cnn.com/2011-06-30/poli ... M:POLITICS"Latino officials see big Hispanic vote in 2012 These findings come after census numbers show that Hispanics make up 16.3% of the U.S. population and are now the country's largest minority group."
RyeCatcher will likely leave the country when Rubio is chosen