ALIPAC Launches 2012 Candidate Endorsements & Support Operations
ALIPAC is starting 2012 operations with more incumbent endorsements than ever before due to the high degree of success immigration law enforcement advocates earned in the 2010 elections. While ten incumbents endorsed by ALIPAC are retiring this year, ALIPAC expects to go into Election Day 2012 with more candidates than ever before.
"The political revolution taking place in America is not complete and must proceed with more urgency than ever before," said William Gheen. "We need to rally around lawmakers who are loyal to the interests of the American public, and we have to throw out as many of these illegal immigration invasion supporting lawmakers as possible."
While ALIPAC is a Federal Political Action Committee and cannot endorse state level campaigns, the growing national organization is asking supporters to pay close attention to state races this year to throw out illegal immigration supporters, with special focus on California, Texas, Florida, North Carolina, and New Mexico. ALIPAC has worked hard to spread versions of Alabama's and Arizona's illegal immigration fighting bills to other states while fighting to stop in-state tuition and driver license access for illegal aliens.
ALIPAC is now issuing a call for candidates across America to take up the issue of illegal immigration control to offer voters a clear choice on the issue in the 2012 elections. ALIPAC is also asking for other websites to establish links into the Campaign section of the new ALIPAC 2.0 website, which will now begin keeping endorsements visible at all times instead of just during the election months.
Federal candidates interested in completing ALIPAC's 2012 survey for possible endorsement should contact us through http://www.ALIPAC.us
ALIPAC's 2012 Endorsement List (Updated Weekly)
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