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by spending with the people and not with washington a tough talking texan born in canada versus the son of miami steeped in latino heritage and culture americans know were exceptional ted cruz in marco rubio both cuban american both position to capitalize on the rising influence of hispanic voters in twenty sixteen reuters reporter jim oliphant the interesting thing is only one of them seems to have a real %HESITATION legitimate shot at capturing a huge percentage of the , how about that senator marco rubio florida senator ted cruz in texas , has some are real limitations and starch our opposition to any form of immigration reform has alienated a lot of potential with you know about , rubio took a beating in republican circles when he tried to jump start immigration reform in the senate , back down but latinos like that he made the try so doesn't seem to account cost rubio a great deal of support %HESITATION among latino voters both of my parents were born to poor family , unlike rubio cruz tends to keep his latino heritage at arm's length his life growing up was is viewed as sort of a modern american assimilation story and %HESITATION it's even reflected in his name his real name is raphael cruise but he goes right head and that he is not a very comfortable spanish speakers marco rubio in florida is fluent in its rubio not trees who party operative say offers the best chance to pry away hispanic votes from the democrats nnnnn