The Daily Trail: Mitt Romney pursued Hispanic voters in California Monday as President Obama returned yet again to the battleground of Ohio, where he announced a new WTO complaint against China aimed at preserving U.S. auto jobs.
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Policies have not work no. Today on a daily trail. Battling reports of campaigning chaos Mitt Romney courts Hispanics in California with a retooled message on in the great economy. President Obama heads to Ohio street he's kind of unfairly subsidizing its auto -- -- -- latest poll tracking the twists and turns voters and it and voters tell us what they think that the candidates -- for the content. Problem. Worked with Republicans and Democrats to permanently fix our immigration system. We'll never achieve any legal immigration system that's fair and efficient if we don't first get control our borders. I believe we can all agree that what we need -- fair enforceable immigration laws will stem the flow of illegal immigration while strengthening. Legal immigration. Today. My administration want to take action against -- This one against illegal subsidies that encourage companies should auto part. Manufacturing jobs overseas. Because nothing's been directly harmed working men and women on the assembly lines in Ohio and Michigan and across the midwest and I think he. -- -- Fighting. Make life better. You know again my strengths is. It's. And -- the. A leadership. That we have. Particularly with the and where this country is going. It is absolutely no leadership whatsoever. Addressing that.