There's a lot of talk in Republican circles of changing the tone of the party. Now there are two Republican candidates who speak fluent Spanish: Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush. Rubio's family emigrated from Cuba to Florida. Bush married a Mexican woman and embraced her culture. Other Republican candidates take pains to say they care about the Latino community. So there's a shift in tone.
But how about a shift on the issues? When it comes to immigration, a defining issue for lots of Latino voters, so far no movement on the Republican side. Meanwhile Hillary Clinton is doubling down on President Obama's policies and calling for a path to citizenship for people now in the country illegally.
If Republicans want to win in 2016, is a shift in tone alone… enough?
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