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    Nov 2004
    Gheen, Minnesota, United States

    Richard Lieberman, Democrat, Congress, Primary, Open Seat, LA, District 6

    Federal Candidates for US Congress and Senate!

    In 2014, our national organization ALIPAC and a strong majority of American citizens want one important question answered regarding the issues of illegal immigration, border security, and the protection of American jobs, taxpayer resources, and lives from people that would come into our nation to take each in many cases.

    As a candidate for election or reelection do you...

    A. Support Americans and legal immigrants by support the adequate enforcement of America's existing border and immigration laws as the US Constitution requires for the protection of American jobs, elections, taxpayer resources, health, and lives?

    B. Supporting illegal aliens and their supporters by supporting changing existing laws to accommodate millions of illegal immigrants through 'immigration reform' amnesty which would allow illegal aliens to either have a path to citizenship, a new visa, or some new form of legal status which would eventually lead to a new voting bloc of 11-20 million illegal immigrants which would in turn destroy any future hopes of border or immigration law existence or enforcement?

    Answer (A or B): A

    Completed by: Richard Lieberman 11/16/2013
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    I am the Candidate or Campaign Manager: Candidate

    Campaign Info

    Name of Incumbent: Open Seat being vacated by Bill Cassidy

    Name of Your Campaign: The Committee To Elect Richard Lieberman

    Mailing Address: 23 Moss Drive, LaPlace Louisiana, 70068

    State and District: Louisiana 6th District


    Social Media Links: Twitter @Lieberman2014

    Phone Number: 504-388-7653

    Political Party: Democrat

    Primary challenger, General Election challenger, incumbent?: Democrat Primary Open Seat
    Join our efforts to Secure America's Borders and End Illegal Immigration by Joining ALIPAC's E-Mail Alerts network (CLICK HERE)

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    No primary in Louisiana. Candidates all are voted on in the General Election, and any necessary runoff is held Dec 6. Filing deadline is open until Aug. 22.
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