All eight ALIPAC Endorsed Candidates advanced past the May 24 primary in Georgia, Alabama, and Arkansas.
These eight winners join the five ALIPAC endorsed candidates who won their primaries last Tuesday, May 17.
"Our endorsed candidates are winning because we understand and strive to represent the true positions of the American electorate on immigration issues," said William Gheen of ALIPAC.us, which is the world's largest archive of information about illegal immigration in America. "Americans want our border secured, and illegals sent home in a humane way as our current laws and Constitution require. Most Americans want comprehensive immigration enforcement, not Amnesty or more imported foreign labor. Mike Durant lost in Alabama because he wanted more green cards and foreign labor."
Alabama Senate candidate Mo Brooks cited ALIPAC's endorsement during his election night speech! (View Here)
"On border security and cheap foreign labor, NumbersUSA ranks my record as A+ every year I've been in congress... And I'm endorsed by the best security expert on this issue, an entity by the name of ALIPAC!" -- Rep. Mo Brooks, May 24, 2022.
Rep. Mo Brooks, who ALIPAC endorses because he has been one of the top leaders in America with a solid voting record in Congress opposing illegal immigration and Amnesty, bested Mike Durant and now advances to a run-off with Katie Britt. We hope that Durant's voters will do what is best for Alabama and America by supporting Mo Brooks in the run-off.
ALIPAC launched targeted ads into Alabama (View Here with Responses), asking Alabamians how they felt about the video of Mike Durant saying he wanted to increase imports of foreign workers (View Here).
The reactions to ALIPAC's ad show Alabamians rejected Durant's immigration position and favored the positions of Rep. Mo Brooks!
Here are the eight ALIPAC Endorsed candidates who were successful yesterday.
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) qualified for Runoff Vs. Katie Britt on June 21.
Rep. Barry Moore (R-AL) no primary advances to face Democrat Phyllis Harvey-Hall in November in District 2
Rep. Mike Rogers (R-AL) easily defeated Michael Joiner of Pell City for the GOP and will face Democrat Lin Veasey in District 3
Sen John Boozman (R-AR) won his primary and now advances to the general.
Rep. Rick Crawford (R-AR) wins his primary and advances to the general election.
Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-GA) wins his primary in GA-9 and advances to general.
Rep. Austin Scott (R-GA) advances to general unchallenged in the primary.
Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) won her primary and is expected to win in November in her heavily Republican district.
ALIPAC Endorsed candidates are winning their campaigns because we understand how American voters feel about border security, illegal immigration, Amnesty, big tech censorship, and legal immigration issues.
Thank you to all who helped!
William Gheen and The ALIPAC.us Team