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    ALIPAC Endorses Kevin Hern for Congress in Oklahoma's 1st District

    ALIPAC Endorses Kevin Hern for Congress in Oklahoma's 1st District

    For National Release | July 27, 2018


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    Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is endorsing Kevin Hern's congressional campaign in Oklahoma's 1st District today because Hern has indicated his opposition to changing our existing laws to accommodate illegal aliens with Amnesty.

    Kevin Hern is a successful businessman, community leader, and conservative who opposes the Obama Administration’s policy of taking unconstitutional, unilateral actions on immigration (DACA). He believes we must enforce our existing laws, secure our borders, and ensure the American people that we are keeping their families safe from dangerous criminals.

    ALIPAC is endorsing Kevin Hern because he completed the national organization's 2018 Federal Candidate Survey (VIEW) indicating he opposes "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."

    Hern is running for Congress in Oklahoma's 1st Congressional District, which is being vacated by Rep. Jim Bridenstine.

    "We are happy to see a growing number of Republican campaigns like Kevin Hern's embracing the existing immigration laws of America and opposing any change in our laws to accommodate and appease illegal immigrants and illegal immigration," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "The Trump campaign proved that taking a tough stance against DACA, Amnesty legislation, and illegal border incursions is a big winner in both GOP primaries and the general election."

    Kevin Hern's campaign will be added to ALIPAC's growing list of endorsed campaigns for 2018. (View)

    For more information about the issues of illegal immigration and border security in relation to the 2018 mid-term elections and campaigns, please visit www.alipac.us.

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