ALIPAC Endorsed Candidate for Congress

ALIPAC's 2010 Candidate Survey

Name of Candidate: Fenn Little

Name of Campaign Committee: Committee to Elect Fenn Little

Mailing Address: 1708 Peachtree St., NW, Ste. 201, Atlanta, GA 30309

Phone Contact Information: (404) 797-6102

Campaign E-mail and website:;

State and District: GA-05

Political Party: Republican

Is the candidate (Incumbent, Challenger, Open Seat): challenger

Incumbents only: What is your career grade at ?

Campaign Funds Raised as of most recent reporting cycle: 52,000.00

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Candidate Background Information:
Founding partner of Maner, Little, Crumly & Chambliss Attorneys upon the return to the practice of law from a multi-year sabbatical owning and operating a small manufacturing and consulting business. His practice is devoted to the protection of Constitutional and Civil Rights. His cases involve government misconduct, government restrictions on the free exercise of religion, violations of free speech and other civil and constitutional rights violations. He has extensive courtroom experience and is an allied attorney with the Alliance Defense Fund, a member of the Christian Legal Society, and serves on the boards of Wilderness Works and Compassion House Ministries.

Top Campaign Issues: Jobs and Economy; Reduction of Taxes; Fiscally
responsible and accountable government.

Are the issues of illegal immigration and Amnesty addressed on your campaign website? If so, please provide us with a link.

Education, Awards & Honors: BA in Economics with emphasis in U.S. History from Washington & Lee University, 1984; JD from the University of Georgia, 1987; studied at Candler School of Theology from 1999 until 2001.

District Information

Please give a brief description of your district: Urban, very independent
with a very liberal long term incumbent.

Percentage of Democrat, Republican, and Unaffiliated Voters: Approximately 35% democratic, 23% Republican and 42% independent or unidentified

Survey Questions

(Please describe your feelings on the following with a number 1-10 or with
the response Undecided (1=Strongly Disagree, 2-4=Disagree, 5=Neutral, 6-9 Agree, 10=Strongly Agree)

I support Arizona's new immigration law SB 1070? (1-10) 10

As a member of Congress I will use the full power of my office, including impeachment if necessary, to ensure the Executive Branch starts to enforce our existing border and immigration laws? (1-10) 8

Illegal Immigrants should be deported when detected in the interior of the US? (1-10) 8

I will oppose any form of Amnesty or path to citizenship for illegal immigrants currently in the US because allowing them to become voters would destroy future immigration enforcement efforts? (1-10) 10

I support Comprehensive Immigration ENFORCEMENT which will reverse illegal immigration in America? (1-10) 10

I oppose Obama's Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty. (1-10) 10

I oppose Congressman Luis Gutierrez's Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty bill H.R. 4321? (1-10) 10

I would have opposed John McCain and Ted Kennedy's Amnesty bill S. 1033 in 2005? (1-10) 10

I oppose any non-emergency taxpayer benefits for illegal aliens, including
welfare, food stamps, licenses, and in-state tuition subsidies? (1-10) 10

I believe that employers who intentionally hire illegal aliens should be
heavily fined. (1-10) 10


If elected or re-elected to the US Congress, I will oppose any form of Amnesty or path to citizenship for illegal aliens, including Comprehensive Immigration Reform which would turn millions of illegal immigrants into voters thus destroying future borders of America. I will use the full power of my office, including impeachment if necessary, to insure the Executive Branch secures America's border immediately and begins to adequately enforce the existing immigration and border laws of the United States, which were enacted by Congress at the behest of America's citizenry. I understand that the failure of the Executive Branch to secure our borders and enforce existing immigration laws is depriving all Americans of a Republican form of government and depriving our states of protection from invasion as mandated by the US Constitution. I intend to use the power of Congress to immediately remedy this problem that is costing many Americans their jobs, wages, taxpayer resources, property, security, and sometimes their very lives.

So help me God,


Fenn Little

Committee to Elect Fenn Little
U.S. Congress, 5th District, GA
1708 Peachtree St., NW
Suite 201
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 797-6102

ALIPAC Endorsed Candidate for Congress