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Colorado candidate's town shapes immigration view

This photo taken Oct. 16, 2014, shows a sign welcoming visitors to the rural town of Yuma in eastern Colorado. This small farming hamlet of 3,200 near the Nebraska border is home to an increasing number of Latino immigrants living illegally in the country, drawn to work in the nearby corn and hog farms. The immigration issue represents a dilemma for Republican Rep. Cory Gardner, R-Colo. in his Senate race against Democratic Sen. Mark Udall in the only state among the dozen or so in play in this year's midterm election race with both a competitive Senate race and a sizable population of Hispanic voters. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)YUMA, Colo. (AP) — Andrea Hermosillo rode for hours to protest at her neighbor’s office.

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