ALIPAC and many other conservative, immigration enforcement, and Tea Party groups are searching for GOP Primary challengers to replace Republican establishment candidates who are working to provide Obama with immigration reform amnesty for illegal immigrants.
Raleigh, NC, USA (January 29, 2014) -- Contact: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) Press@alipac.us / (866) 703-0864
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC and many other conservative, immigration enforcement, and Tea Party groups are searching for GOP Primary challengers to replace Republican establishment candidates who are working to provide Obama with immigration reform amnesty for illegal immigrants.
"These sellouts in the GOP like Boehner, Cantor, Ryan, Ellmers, and about 30 others are focused on helping Obama and illegal immigrants instead of helping Americans!" said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "We have them on record supporting a form of legalization and amnesty for illegal aliens that is opposed by more than 80% of the Republican voters in their districts so we plan to mount challenges to everyone on the naughty list!"
ALIPAC has been nationally circulating a list of 35 incumbent Republicans in Congress who have gone on the record supporting a form of amnesty for illegal aliens which would over-write existing laws in favor of illegals to the detriment of Americans. (click here to see target list)
ALIPAC is also hoping to consolidate national conservative, immigration, and Tea Party group opposition behind candidates who support America's existing laws instead of Amnesty legislation and remove Senators Mitch McConnell, Lamar Alexander, Susan Collins, and Lindsey Graham from office in the GOP Primaries of 2014.
"We need every true American searching for quality GOP primary challengers where our grass roots efforts have a strong chance of throwing DC insiders on the amnesty band wagon out of office in the next few months," said William Gheen.
ALIPAC plans to make the first GOP Primary endorsement tomorrow by endorsing a candidate who has completed a 2014 Federal Candidate Survey indicating they support America's current border and immigration laws. Candidates opposing key GOP amnesty supporters like Jason Chaffetz (Utah), Trey Gowdy (S.C.), Justin Amash (Mich.), Renee Ellmers (N.C.) and Steve Scalise (La.) will be given priority attention.