From The Post: Migration a Non-Issue

The Post's Manuel Roig-Franzia reports today on how the immigration debate that "touches off podium-pounding on Capitol Hill and passions among talking heads" in the U.S. is getting little traction in the presidential campaign south of the border.

Even though developments in the United States have forced candidates to discuss migration more often in the past two months than in the early stages of the race, none of the three major contenders has made the issue a central tenet of his campaign. Their calculus is simple, according to political analysts and advisers to the candidates: They don't think it will help them win the July 2 election.

Read the full story.

By washingtonpost.com |  June 14, 2006; 11:49 AM ET  | Category:  From The Post
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