Republicans endorse immigration reform, plan minority outreach in post-election report


The Republican Party, after holding up a mirror to itself and completing a lengthy analysis of what went wrong in the last election cycle, issued an extensive report Monday that formally endorsed immigration reform and outlined an ambitious drive to reach out to minority groups and build a winning coalition.

“When someone rolls their eyes at us, they are not likely to open their ears to us,” the Republican National Committee’s report said, asserting that “many minorities wrongly think that Republicans do not like them.”

The RNC outlined a $10 million plan to reach out to minority groups in a bid to attract voters, whom the report acknowledged the party has been turning off.

“Public perception of the party is at record lows,” the report said.



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