Craig Romney Speech Courts Latino Voters, Romney’s Son Tears Up Discussing Immigrant Grandparents
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's Spanish-speaking son, Craig, gave a pitch for his father to Latino voters on Thursday, becoming emotional when he spoke about his grandfathers who immigrated to the United States.
"It’s easy to forget that the story of my father’s success begins with the story of two immigrants--," he said, becoming emotional. "-- my grandfathers -- who came to this country with little more than hope in the opportunity of America."
His speech, along with a video featuring eight Hispanic Republicans who endorsed Mitt Romney, summarized the Republican Party's message to Latinos this year: that their party is more in line with the community's values.
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