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May 1, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Americans for Legal Immigration PAC's (ALIPAC) spokesman
William Gheen is announcing new tools to aid American citizens in their fight against illegal immigration and against Amnesty for illegals including a
tracking list for federal lawmakers.
ALIPAC is now
tracking which members of the US Senate and US House of Representatives are for or against the immigration reform Amnesty legislation in the hopes of informing voters in 2014 which candidates stood with the American majority vs. which candidates stood for Amnesty for illegal aliens.
"We are tracking which federal lawmakers support Amnesty for illegal aliens in legislation like the 'Gang of 8's S 744 which most American voters reject," said
William Gheen of ALIPAC. "We are releasing this list online and will work to remind voters before they cast ballots in 2014. We believe American voters will reject the lawmakers supporting Amnesty for illegal immigrants."
By launching ALIPAC's 2014 campaign endorsements early this year and establishing vote tracking lists, the group hopes to dissuade lawmakers from supporting amnesty for illegal immigrants including the amnesty provisions found in the 'Gang of 8' bill S. 744.
ALIPAC is also releasing 7 new high visibility pages added to the group's main website at
These new pages of content will provide the public with more information about
illegal immigrants, Barack
Obama and illegal immigration,
problems caused by illegal immigration,
illegal immigration facts, the
the history of illegal immigration in America, and information about
how to report illegals!
"Our goal is to compile more information from ALIPAC's vast archives about illegal immigration into online content that is easier for the public to access, understand, and utilize," said
To review ALIPAC's new content pages and lawmaker tracking lists, or to schedule interviews, please visit