Last night, Mitt Romney finally answered one of our many questions on his immigration stance and said he's respect Obama's Deferred action policy if elected into office. While we're relieved that Romney has stopped dodging this question, many of you aren't impressed by this announcement.

While digging through many of your comments, this one struck us:

"At this point in the Presidential campaign, what else can candidate Romney say? Romney is finally realizing he just might need the votes of those constituents he has been either insulting or ignoring." - omobob

What do you think? Is this just a desperate move by Romney and his team to get more Latino votes? Does his shift from his self-deportation comments earlier in the year, show signs of an "evolving" Romney?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments.

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  • 10. Nevada - 181,850 Potential Latino Voters

  • 9. Virginia - 200,900 Potential Latino Voters

  • 8. New Mexico - 202,650 Potential Latino Voters

  • 7. Georgia - 208,200 Potential Latino Voters

  • 6. Colorado - 242,750 Potential Latino Voters

  • 5. Arizona - 575,300 Potential Latino Voters

  • 4. Florida - 1,348,400 Potential Latino Voters

  • 3. New York - 1,487,600 Potential Latino Voters

  • 2. Texas - 3,034,600 Potential Latino Voters

  • 1. California - 4,496,500 Potential Latino Voters