Call for GOP to reconsider strategies after minorities' votes to Obama

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After an overwhelming amount of support from minority, female and young voters for President Obama on Election Day, many in the Republican party are calling for a change in the party on critical issues for those voters.
According to a report by The New York Times, 71 percent of Latino voters supported Obama at the polls.
This has caused many conservative leaders to call for a different position of immigration reform, including those as prominent as the speaker of the House John A. Boehner.
MinnPost also reported Minnesota's former Governor Tim Pawlenty has said the GOP needs to better serve the needs of these groups and heed the "warning signs on the dashboard."
An additional MinnPost report determined that the failure of the Republican Party in this election could not be solely attributed to the candidates.

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