ALIPAC's 2017-2018 Federal Candidate Survey

Federal Candidates for US Congress and Senate!

In 2017-2018, 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 who 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 supporting 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. Support illegal aliens and their supporters by supporting changing existing laws to accommodate millions of illegal immigrants through 'immigration reform', DACA, Dream Act, or Comprehensive 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 by handing permanent political power to the Democrats and Socialists?

Answer (A or B): _______A_______________

Completed by: __Kevin Hern 7/23/18_______________ ________
(name) (date)

I am the Candidate or Campaign Manager: ___candidate__________________

Campaign Info

Name of Incumbent: Open Seat (Jim Bridenstine)

Name of Your Campaign: Hern for Congress

Mailing Address: 8630 S. Peoria Ave. Tulsa, OK 74132

State and District: OK - 1st


Social Media Links:


Twitter: @krHern

Phone Number: 918-296-7710

Political Party: Republican

Primary challenger, General Election challenger, incumbent?: Open Seat Primary Runoff

Please take 1 minute to complete the one question candidate survey above, fill in your campaign information and email your responses to for consideration for endorsement by America's largest grassroots Political Action Committee fighting against