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Mitt Romney Was Among Top Donors To Immigration Adviser Kris Kobach’s 2010 Campaign

By Josh Dorner  

"Mitt Romney Was Among Top Donors To Immigration Adviser Kris Kobach’s 2010 Campaign"

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A ThinkProgress review of campaign finance records reveals that Mitt Romney’s Free and Strong America PAC was among the largest donors to Kris Kobach’s successful 2010 campaign for Kansas Secretary of State.  Romney’s PAC contributed $2,000 to the anti-immigrant hardliner’s campaign. Only Kobach himself and six other donors contributed more. Kobach, who is currently advising Romney on immigration issues, is the author of the highly controversial and harmful Arizona and Alabama immigration laws.  Today, Kobach told the Washington Post that he expected Romney to rule out any immigration measure that granted any form of legal status to undocumented immigrants.

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