ALIPAC's 2019-2020 Federal Candidate Survey about illegal immigration & Amnesty

Please take a few minutes to complete the 5 question candidate survey below, fill in your campaign information, and copy and paste your responses into an email to WilliamG@alipac.us for consideration for endorsement by America's largest grassroots Political Action Committee fighting against illegal immigration Candidates for Congress (US House and Senate) should complete and email us your replies. Campaign Information

Completed by: Sandy Smith August 13, 2019 (name) (date)

Are you the Candidate or Campaign Manager? Candidate

Name of Incumbent: Thom Tillis

Name of Your Campaign: Sandy Smith for US Senate-NC

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 434 Winterville, NC

State and District: North Carolina-(Statewide race)

Website: www.SandySmithNC.com

Social Media Links: Facebook: www.facebook.com/sandysmithnc Twitter:
www.twitter.com/sandysmithnc
Campaign Phone Number: Direct: 252-686-1717 HQ: 252-777-5143
Political Party: Republican
Primary challenger, General Election challenger, or incumbent?
Primary Challenger
If your opponent is a GOP incumbent, what percentage Democrat would
you rate him/her on immigration issues? 95%


Candidate Survey

Tell us your candidate's positions regarding the active legislation and policies below.

1. Do you support or oppose immigration Reform Amnesty legislation for millions of illegal immigrants like
HB 6?
Oppose


2. Do you support or oppose more green cards and imported workers from India and China found in HB
1044/S 386?

Oppose

3. Do you support or oppose New Temporary Protective Status (TPS) Amnesty for Venezuelans?

Oppose

4. Do you Support or Oppose the current DACA Amnesty protections from deportation and work permits
for more than 800,000 illegals?
Oppose

5. Do you support or oppose the current catch and release and asylum policies at our border for illegal
immigrants?
Oppose



Please cut and paste your answers into an email to WilliamG@alipac.us with the words "candidate
survey" in subject line to be considered for ALIPAC's endorsement and support.