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Scariest press release (thus far) of Halloween weekend

Looks like some truly frightening characters will be getting a head start on the weekend this evening….

October 28, 2010

CONTACT: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC)

(919) 787-6009 WilliamG@alipac.us <mailto:WilliamG@alipac.us>

(Raleigh, NC) Congressman Walter Jones Jr. (R-NC-3) and conservative congressional challengers Ilario Pantano (NC-7), Bill Randall (NC-13), and B. J. Lawson (NC-4) will speak about their plans to stop illegal immigration and any path to citizenship for illegals at an event organized by ALIPAC in Raleigh, NC, this Friday!

The event will be held the evening of Friday, October 29th from 6pm to 8pm, at the Barbecue Lodge located at 4600 Capitol Blvd., Raleigh, NC.

This event is designed to raise voter awareness of candidates who are opposed to illegal immigration and Amnesty nationally. The event is also a small donor fund raiser for Americans for Legal Immigration PAC. Dress is casual, dinner will be served for our attendees, and admission is $25 per person.

Several NC lawmakers and candidates for state office also plan to attend and speak. NC Senator Neal Hunt will discuss GOP lawmakers plans to file an improved version of Arizona’s SB 1070 legislation in North Carolina, if Republicans take control of the NC Legislature.

Prediction models indicate that the NC House and Senate may both go Republican, after 140 years of Democratic rule..

“We want to gather to show our unity for candidates from coast to coast who oppose illegal immigration or any form of Amnesty for illegal immigrants,” said William Gheen President of ALIPAC. “We are very honored to have a member of Congress and three congressional candidates who are likely to win in a few days joining us Friday night.”

William Gheen will speak at Friday’s event along with several leaders of immigration enforcement and Tea Party groups. Speeches will be recorded and podcast nationally Friday evening.

Ilario Pantano has just been added to the list of speakers, after ALIPAC withdrew the group’s standing endorsement of incumbent Democratic Congressman Mike McIntyre. Alipac is now supporting Pantano who has promised to be more aggressive in fighting to secure America’s borders and enforcing our existing immigration laws.

ALIPAC is also endorsing Congresswoman Sue Myrick (R-NC-9), Congressman Patrick McHenry (R-NC-10), and GOP Challenger Howard Johnson (NC-8 ) as part of the group’s 205 endorsed federal candidates who oppose Amnesty and illegal immigration. All ALIPAC 2010 endorsements can be viewed at www.ALIPAC.us <http://www.ALIPAC.us> Candidates that oppose illegal immigration are welcome at this event.

Signs and campaign materials are also welcome.

Members of the NC Media and public are invited to join this exciting event. For more information please call (919) 787-6009

2 Comments


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  2. Steve Harrison

    October 30, 2010 at 12:11 pm

    Proving once again that BJ only espouses those Libertarian principles that might get him elected. Forget about the open borders/free flow of goods and labor thing, which is (I’m told) critical to the success of a truly Free Market.

    Fear of teh Brown People is much more effective, and a hell of a lot easier to explain.

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