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  • Children play on the school yard in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy...(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Children play on the school yard in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • A young tree where lovers carved their names in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • A photography in Kent Romney and Virginia Hatch Romney's home shows their family in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. .(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)2
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  • Kent Romney gets ready from church service in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • From left, Virginia Hatch Romney watches her husband Kent Romney get ready for church service in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy...(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Virginia Hatch Romney goes off to church in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Two little ceramic birds are seen in the window of Kent and XXX Romney's home in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy...(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • From left, Mason Spillsbury, 16, Braden Romney, 16, Mattison Spilsbury, 13, and Dallas Romney, 18, hang out before church service in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • From left, Mason Spillsbury, 16, Braden Romney, 16, Mattison Spilsbury, 13, and Dallas Romney, 18, hang out before church service in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • From left, Braden Romney, 16, Mattison Spilsbury, 13, and Dallas Romney, 18, hang out before church service in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • From left, Nellie Romney, 95, and her nephew Jeff Romney talk at Meredith Romney's house in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Meredith Romney poses for a portrait in his home in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. Meredith was kidnapped and held for about three days before being released. ..United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • From left, mormon missionaries Elder Gil, Elder Moak, and Elder King walk to Sunday lunch in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • A painting of the town is seen in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • A painting of the town is seen in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • From left, Meredith Romney, holding his grandson Tyton, 1, and his son at right, Derrick, 32, hang out in the kitchen in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • From left, Derrick Romney, 32, sits with his grandmother Nellie Romney, 95, as they wait for dinner in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Laurice Romney, 28, pours juice before lunch in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy...(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • The Romney family cooks up a traditional American style lunch after church service in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy...(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • The Romney family fills their plates for Sunday lunch after church service in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • From left, Karen Romney sits with her grandson, Tyton, and brother in law Leighton Romney at Sunday lunch after church service in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Karen Romney watches for a rain storm in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. The families ranches were having a hard time due to a long dry spell...United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • From left, Leighton Romney, Braden Romney, Nellie Romney, Derrick Romney, and Laurice Romney, have lunch in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Kent Romney reads from a book with his family history in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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