CQ Politics has an interesting article that notes that some experts believe John McCain's past immigration positions are helping him hold some of the Hispanic vote that President Bush won in the past two presidential elections. The question is whether he can retain that support as the Obama campaign works to redefine McCain in the eyes of Hispanic voters. The Obama folks will have a lot to work with given McCain's very public backing off of the immigration reform bill he once sponsored. And they will have a massive spending advantage to get that message out. With McCain having a fraction of the money Obama is expected to have available, will he choose to spend it trying to match the efforts of the Obama campaign in the Hispanic community or will he focus on other communities? That remain to be seen.