Obama's big Hispanic win worries Republicans

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FILE - In this Oct. 26, 2012, file photo, Spanish language election campaign signs promoting President Barack Obama hang on the windows at Lechonera El Barrio Restaurant in Orlando, Fla. Hispanics supported President Barack Obama over Republican Mitt Romney by almost 3-to-1 and put Republicans on notice they must take real steps to win over the nation’s largest minority group if they want to win the presidency again. Exit polls say that Romney, who has backed hardline immigration measures, won only 27 percent of Hispanics. (AP Photo/Julie Fletcher) Photo by
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