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    ALIPAC Candidates who won & lost in 2018 midterms

    Friends of ALIPAC,

    First and foremost we want to thank every one of you who donated and volunteered to fight against illegal immigration and Amnesty in the 2018 elections.

    While we took some heavy losses this year, things would have been a lot worse if it were not for Americans like you who did not hang back or sit this one out. We are sincerely thankful for those of you who stood up and fought hard despite the heavy winds blowing against us in 2018.

    We regret to inform everyone that we have lost one of our best DC lawmakers in the fight against illegal immigration and Amnesty. California GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher was defeated, and we lost Rep. Tim Donnelly in California too.We also lost Rep. Lou Barletta who ran for US Senate in Pennsylvania and lost and thus will not be returning to Congress.

    Rep. Dave Brat, who defeated Eric Cantor, lost his race yesterday. So ALIPAC lost 4 strong allies in 2018.

    Measure 105 failed in Oregon as left-wing voters came out in droves and voted to protect give illegal aliens sanctuary.

    Thankfully, our champion Iowa Rep. Steve King hung on to his seat (with your support0 although two other GOP incumbents were wiped out in Iowa leaving King as the last GOP lawmakers standing for the state of Iowa.

    All other ALIPAC endorsed incumbents won their races, and we are very happy that our candidates Ted Cruz and Marsha Blackburn won in Texas and Tennessee.
    All of our challenger candidates did not make it this year, but we want to thank them for running great campaigns.

    The blue tide of Democrats was just too strong, and their vast armies of non-citizen voters backed by Google, Facebook, and Twitter doing all they could to throw races to the Democrats was a very powerful force in 2018 when combined with the GOP base voter lethargy created by broken Republican campaign promises and Amnesty legislation efforts.

    Our assessment of what happened is a strong dose of truth you won't hear on Fox News or in the New York Times.


    Here is the breakdown of ALIPAC's wins and losses...


    LOST: Oregon's Measure 105

    MISSISSIPPI

    LOST: ENDORSED: Chris McDaniel for US Senate, Republican, challenger, ALIPAC Release


    PENNSYLVANIA
    LOST: ENDORSED: Lou Barletta for US Senate, Republican, open seat, ALIPAC Release ALIPAC Endorses Lou Barletta & Marsha Blackburn for US Senate


    TENNESSEE
    WON: ENDORSED: Marsha Blackburn for US Senate, Republican, open seat, ALIPAC Release ALIPAC Endorses Lou Barletta & Marsha Blackburn for US Senate
    Marsha Blackburn candidate survey

    TEXAS
    WON: ENDORSED: Ted Cruz for US Senate, Republican, Incumbent ALIPAC Endorses Senate Campaign of Ted Cruz for Opposition to Amnesty





    ALIPAC Endorsed Candidates in US Congress


    ALABAMA
    WON # 3rd district: ENDORSED: Mike Rogers for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,
    WON # 5th district: ENDORSED: Mo Brooks for Congress, Republican, Incumbent, ALIPAC Survey

    ARIZONA
    LOST # 1st district: ENDORSED: Wendy Rogers for Congress for Congress, Republican, Primary Challenger, ALIPAC Release

    WON # 4th district: ENDORSED: Paul Gosar for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,
    WON # 6th district: ENDORSED: David Schweikert for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,
    # 8th district:

    ARKANSAS
    WON # 1st district: ENDORSED: Rick Crawford for US Congress, Republican, Incumbent, ,


    CALIFORNIA

    WON # 4th district: ENDORSED: Tom McClintock for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,
    LOST # 8th district: ENDORSED: Tim Donnelly for Congress, Republican, challenger, ALIPAC Release
    LOST # 48th district: ENDORSED:
    Dana Rohrabacher for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,

    WON # 50th district: ENDORSED: Duncan D. Hunter Jr. for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,

    COLORADO

    WON # 5th district ENDORSED: Doug Lamborn for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,



    FLORIDA
    WON # 8th district: ENDORSED: Bill Posey for Congress, Republican, Incumbent, ALIPAC Release


    LOST # 22nd district: ENDORSED: Nicolas Kimaz for Congress for Congress, Republican, Primary Challenger, ALIPAC Release


    GEORGIA

    WON # 8th district: ENDORSED: Austin Scott for Congress, Republican, Incumbent, ALIPAC Survey, ALIPAC Release
    WON # 10th district: ENDORSED: Jody Hice for Congress, Republican, Open Seat


    IOWA

    WON # 4th district: ENDORSED: Steve King for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,


    MINNESOTA
    LOST 7th District ENDORSED: Dave Hughes for Congress Republican, challenger, ALIPAC Release ALIPAC Endorses Dave Hughes for Congress MN-7


    NEBRASKA

    WON # 1st district: ENDORSED: Jeff Fortenberry for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,
    WON # 3rd district: ENDORSED: Adrian Smith for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,



    NORTH CAROLINA

    WON # 3rd district: Rep. Walter Jones, for Congress Republican, Incumbent


    OHIO

    WON # 4th district: ENDORSED: Jim Jordan, for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,
    WON # 5th district: ENDORSED: Robert Latta, for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,


    PENNSYLVANIA

    RAN FOR SENATE AND LOST # 11th district: ENDORSED: Lou Barletta for Congress, Republican, Incumbent, ALIPAC Survey, ALIPAC Release
    WON # 12th district: ENDORSED: Tom Marino, for Congress, Republican, Incumbent, ALIPAC Survey


    TENNESSEE

    WON # 1st district: ENDORSED: Phil Roe for Congress, Republican, Incumbent, , ALIPAC Release
    WON # 4th district: ENDORSED: Scott Desjarlais for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,, ALIPAC Release

    TEXAS

    WON # 1st district: ENDORSED: Louis Gohmert for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,
    LOST # 9th district: ENDORSED: Phil Kurtz for Congress, Libertarian, Challenger running against Amnesty backing Democrat Rep. Al Green, ALIPAC Endorsement HERE
    WON # 36th district: ENDORSED: Brian Babin for Congress, Republican, Challenger,


    VIRGINIA

    WON # 1st district: ENDORSED: Robert Wittman for Congress, Republican, Incumbent,
    LOST # 2nd district: # 7th district: ENDORSED: Dave Brat for Congress, Republican, Challenger Vs. Amnesty supporting incumbent Eric Cantor, ALIPAC Survey, ALIPAC Release
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