Hillary Clinton will call for a path to citizenship for immigrants who are in the United States illegally as she travels to the early nominating state of Nevada Tuesday in an appeal to crucial Hispanic voters.
The Democratic presidential front-runner will talk about the need for a rewrite of the nation’s immigration laws in a small discussion at a high school that has a roughly 70 percent Hispanic student body and include “Dream Act-eligible young Nevadans who are personally affected by our broken immigration system,” a campaign aide said.
Clinton will both call for more enforcement at the border and a “full and equal path to citizenship,” an aide said.
The announcement, not surprising, differentiates her from many of her potential Republican rivals.
“Hillary Clinton’s campaign team knows how to organize for a caucus and is committed to fighting for every vote in the Nevada caucus and earning the support of every voter,” an aide said.