The Republican nominee for Congress, Raul Labrador, has had to answer questions about his stance on immigration since the day he declared his intention to run for Congress in early December of 2010. The same day Labrador jumped in the race, state Sen. Mike Jorgenson, R-Hayden Lake, called on Labrador to immediately withdraw from the race due to his positions on immigration and border security. The coming general election has not reduced questions on where Labrador stands on immigration issues. IdahoReporter.com has obtained an audio clip from 2007 in which Labrador proclaims his support for the controversial DREAM Act/Dustin Hurst, Idaho Reporter. More here.
Question: Will Raul Labrador's positions on immigration and border security help or haunt him during his campaign against incumbent Congressman Walt Minnick?