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    Chris McDaniel election should be a conservative priority

    The conservative State Senator Chris McDaniel of Mississippi is running in the Republican primary election against a U.S. Senator Thad Cochran, a RINO.

    According to the Senate Conservatives Fund, many independent observers believe that Chris McDaniel has the strongest chance of defeating a liberal Republican incumbent of any conservative challenger running this year.

    McDaniel should get special support because according to ALIPAC he was “the first to sign” the Federation for American Immigration Reform’s pledge to oppose any form of work authorization for illegal aliens, oppose any increase in number of legal immigrants and oppose an increase in the number of guest workers. In an interview McDaniel said amnesty was an “absolute no.”

    The McDaniel election should be a conservative priority. Time is short; the Mississippi GOP primary is June 3rd. Send his campaign some money now, and if you can work for him, do it now.
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    If the Chris McDaniel campaign wants our support, as the only active national political action committee endorsing on the issue of illegal immigration, they need to complete our ALIPAC survey and get it back to us.

    We do not rely on the non profit Federation for American Immigration Reform for our decisions and their tax status prohibits them from making endorsements and direct candidate advocacy.

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