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    John Emmons for Congress, GOP challenger VS Rep. Chrissy Houlahan PA -06

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

    Campaign Information

    Completed by: ___ John Emmons ___

    Are you the Candidate or Campaign Manager? ___Candidate___

    Name of Incumbent: Chrissy Houlahan

    Name of Your Campaign: Friends of John Emmons

    Mailing Address: PO Box 102, West Grove PA 19390

    State and District: PA -06


    Social Media Links: FB Emmons for Congress INST john4pa Twitter @Emmons4Congress

    Campaign Phone Number: 610-344-9800

    Political Party: Republican

    Primary challenger, General Election challenger, or incumbent General Election Challenger.
    If your opponent is a GOP incumbent, what percentage Democrat would you rate him/her on immigration issues? N/A

    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 like HB 6 for millions of illegal immigrants?


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


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

    Oppose, they should have to come in through legal channels already in place

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

    Oppose, I feel that Congress needs to act on this – it should not be a regulation from the executive branch

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

    I oppose catch and release. They should not be allowed in – they should be processed and sent back unless they have a legitimate reason to stay.


    The rule of law protects and empowers each of us. But those who enter our country illegally, or overstay a Visa, are breaking the law. We must secure our borders and enforce our immigration laws.

    There is no disputing that the current system is broken. Why else would people use their life savings to pay criminals to transport them over the border, often risking their lives due to inhumane conditions? Why would hardworking people who otherwise epitomize the American Dream want to break the law?

    Right now, the broken system is unfair to those who follow the rules, wait in line, and seek to become legal immigrants, guest workers, or American citizens.

    The solution needs to make it easier for good people looking for a better life to fill jobs that are needed in our economy. Many businesses need available, capable, and timely labor. But it starts with a secure border that keeps the gangs, human traffickers and illegal narcotics out.

    We need to get serious about finding a common-sense solution that works and reinforces the promise of America while upholding the rule of law.

    John Emmons

    US Congress PA 6th

    Campaign Headquarters
    907 East Boot Road, West Chester, PA 19380
    Last edited by ALIPAC; 09-29-2020 at 11:19 AM.
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