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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Raj Goyle
The Obama administration says it's wrong to try to change the constitutional amendment that grants automatic citizenship to babies born in the United States.
At least eight children of Indian immigrants are running for Congress or statewide office. The star of this trend is Nikki Haley, who is favored to win the election for South Carolina governor.
Mr. Pompeo apologized to his Democratic opponent, Raj Goyle, by phone Thursday morning, and posted an apology on both websites in which he said he spent a "great deal of time visiting with the staff person who inadvertently posted the link."
"This campaign is all about vision and values and policies," said Raj Goyle, who is battling for the Democratic congressional nomination in his hometown of Wichita, Kan. "I don't spend time thinking about differences, I think about ways that Kansans can come together."