Barbour: Tough Immigration Stance Boosts Brewer

Tuesday, 19 Oct 2010 12:45 PM

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Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour notes that Republican Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer continues to benefit from her tough stance on immigration, a policy that the president of the Republican Governors Association says “turned the race totally upside down."

"Everybody in Arizona recognizes that this needs to be done, that this is just reasonable enforcement of the current law, that if the federal government isn't going to enforce the law, then somebody else has to enforce the law,” the Republican Barbour says in an exclusive Newsmax.TV interview. “So she's been, as we say at home, she's been as strong as an acre of garlic ever since that passed."

A recent Rasmussen Reports survey gave Brewer a 55-39 percent lead over her opponent, Democratic Attorney General Terry Goddard.



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