LOS ANGELES -- After failing to keep pace with California's shifting demographics, the state Republican Party is attempting a revival by revamping its strategy to appeal to the fastest-growing segment of the state's electorate.
Yet transcending divisions with Hispanics on immigration issues and focusing on other matters such as education and the economy will not be easy for a party that now registers less than a third of the state's voters. Even as party leaders talked about creating a sustainable strategy for Hispanic outreach, much of the lineup at the California Republican Party convention in Los Angeles this weekend would seem to be at odds with those goals.
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