Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is set to say on Monday that he’ll mend America’s immigration woes in a speech to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. The majority of Hispanic-American voters support President Obama’s reelection, and Romney’s speech is a bid to gain traction among the crucial demographic as the campaigns come in to the homestretch of the election season. “Americans may disagree about how to fix our immigration system, but I think we can all agree that it is broken,” Romney plans to say according to excerpts from his speech released in advance to the press.
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