LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLA. -- A major Latino leadership conference in central Florida had the top GOP presidential candidate as its first major-league speaker Thursday.
Friday, it was the Democrats' turn being in a headline speaker.
Barack Obama spoke to the assembled guests, saying he would not give up the fight for immigration reform. He comprehensive reform was what the nation needed, and he also cautioned that his opponent would not bring it about.
Obama reminded guests that Mitt Romney had promised to veto the DREAM Act, and "we should take him at his word."
Florida Senator Bill Nelson addressed the group on Saturday.
The conference, at the Walt Disney World resort complex, brings Latino leaders from across the nation together.
People representing the interests of the Latino communities have expressed interest in what each man has to say.
While the economy dominates the political scene, immigration has been an issue where the conference attendees have wanted to hear more from each man.