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Topic - Helen Van Etten
Desperate to reverse a quarter-century death spiral with minority voters and restore the grass-roots decision-making that many here feel Mitt Romney undermined in 2012, Republican National Committee members will take on both issues at their spring meeting here this week.
"We need to build a long-term political infrastructure," Mrs. Van Etten said. "We are fighting a 24/7 warfare for the next four years, not a two-month warfare every four years."
"It doesn't translate into showing we care about Asian issues like reverse discrimination because Asians score so well on entrance exams," she said.