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Comedian Paul Rodriguez speaks to a crowd of Mitt Romney supporters outside a Romney campaign office in Las Vegas on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012. Romney officials argue that Hispanics, who suffer from a 9.9 percent unemployment rate, more than 2 points higher than the national rate, are naturally drawn to the GOP ticket. But some Romney supporters are pessimistic that Republicans can make inroads with a population that, many polls show, favors President Obama by a 2-1 margin. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
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Comedian Paul Rodriguez speaks to a crowd of Mitt Romney supporters outside a Romney campaign office in Las Vegas on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012. Romney officials argue that Hispanics, who suffer from a 9.9 percent unemployment rate, more than 2 points higher than the national rate, are naturally drawn to the GOP ticket. But some Romney supporters are pessimistic that Republicans can make inroads with a population that, many polls show, favors President Obama by a 2-1 margin. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)

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