Jeb Bush, a Republican, is co-chair of the Hispanic Leadership Network Conference and a former governor of Florida.
In the 15 states that are likely to decide who controls the White House and the Senate in 2013, Hispanic voters will represent the margin of victory.
For the Republican Party, the stakes could not be greater. Just eight years after the party’s successful effort to woo Hispanic voters in 2004, this community — the fastest-growing group in the United States, according to census data — has drifted away.
The rest of his thoughts as published in the Washington Post ...