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    GOP campaigns defy RNC on illegal immigration issues to surge in polls

    GOP candidates defy RNC on immigration issues to surge in polls as ALIPAC endorses

    October 16, 2014

    Contact: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC ( | (866) 703-0864

    Republican candidates who want to win their races are defying the RNC by connecting with the majority of American voters who oppose illegal immigration and immigration reform amnesty that would permanently undermine America's borders and laws!

    National Review's Ryan Lovelace reports on Oct. 15, 2014, that "Republicans against amnesty: Candidates are winning by defying RNC." The article points out that the Republican National Committee is asking Republican candidates to deprive voters of a choice against amnesty by running in support of "immigration reform." The article cites the surging US Senate campaigns of Scott Brown (R-NH), David Perdue (R-GA), and Tom Cotton (R-AR) for staking out positions in opposition to amnesty, which their Democratic incumbent opponents all supported!

    US News and World Report reports on Oct 15, 2014,that "The GOP is winning the immigration debate...In nearly every Senate race this cycle, anti-(illegal) immigration sentiment is playing a greater role in motivating voters than immigration reform and could help Republicans win the Senate."

    These bold moves by Republican candidates are leading Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) to issue endorsements for these campaigns today!

    "We are asking our national network of voters, donors, and volunteers who oppose illegal immigration and amnesty to move to immediately support these GOP campaigns that are promising voters they will oppose immigration reform amnesty and support our existing borders and laws instead!" said William Gheen, President of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC. "Illegal immigration and Obama's policies such as amnesty for illegals are the top issues of 2014, and Obama and the Democrats are about to be severely rebuked in the midterm elections of 2014!"

    ALIPAC has been predicting a major GOP surge in the 2014 elections due to public anger over Obama's abuses of power and edicts designed to assist illegal immigrants. Several GOP primary campaigns that supported immigration reform amnesty with Obama lost their races such as Eric Cantor (R-VA) and Jack Kingston (R-GA).

    ALIPAC is also endorsing three additional campaigns that have completed ALIPAC's 2014 federal candidate survey (click here to view).

    ALIAC is endorsing Gabriela Saucedo Mercer (R-AZ-3), Craig Keller (R-WA-7), and US Senate Candidate Mark Zaccaria (R-RI)!

    To view all of ALIPAC's federal candidate endorsements for 2014, (click here). To view which Washington, DC, incumbents support Obama's illegal immigration amnesty plans, (click here).

    For more information, email alerts, or to schedule interviews, please visit

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