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Video: For the Hispanic Vote, Immigration Reform Might be the Wrong Track

DALLAS - APRIL 9: Heber Pages, Luis Navarro and Gerardo Navarro dress themselves in regalia in preparation for the Mega March on City Hall April 9, 2006 in Dallas, Texas. According to reports, an estimated half million Hispanics participated in the Mega March to peacefully protest immigration reform. (Photo by Jensen Walker/Getty Images)(Jensen Walker/Getty Images)

photo of Beth Reinhard
May 9, 2011

President Obama is working toward fulfilling a campaign promise to accomplish immigration reform. But advancing in another policy area could be a better bet if he wants to build support among the growing demographic.

(RELATED: North Carolina and the Hispanic Vote | Why the Hispanic Vote Matters for 2012)

Video by Theresa Poulson with photos by Getty Images contributed to this article.

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