Iowa’s Republicans Reject Hucakbee Immigration Plan 6 to 1!
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) released the initial results of their informative poll of Republican voters in Iowa which asked, “Do you support or oppose Mike Huckabee’s touchback amnesty plan to allow the illegal aliens to leave the US and return legally in one day?” with initial responses showing GOP voters reject Huckabee’s plan by a factor of 6 to 1.
Of the thousands of voters that responded to the automated poll, 65% said they opposed the plan, 25% were undecided, and only 10% supported the plan.
“It is hard to say which reading is more telling,” said William Gheen. “The 65% opposition is a devastating result for any campaign, but the 10% support level should send a clear message to Mike Huckabee and Mike Pence about how Americans feel about touchback amnesty.”
ALIPAC’s William Gheen, Dan Smeriglio of Voice of the People, and Peter Gadiel of 9/11 Families for a Secure America are on the ground in Iowa spreading the word about Huckabee’s Dec. 9th comments about letting the illegals return in a day. They are conducting many talk radio interviews, while the phone bank poll continues to contact voters. ALIPAC is considering buying radio ads and launching volunteer phone calls to further warn voters.
“There is absolutely no way that Mike Huckabee can be in the lead in Iowa among Republican voters, unless they are in the dark about his record and stances on immigration issues,” says Gheen who is a veteran campaign consultant. “Before our team leaves Iowa, we will have done our best to rectify the situation.”
ALIPAC is not endorsing a Presidential candidate and is not financially supported by any rival campaign. True loyalties are to the American public and the group is focused on warning voters that all Democratic candidates and GOP candidates McCain, Guiliani, and Huckabee favor amnesty for illegal aliens.
ALIPAC plans to release updated polling results on Friday, after more Republican households are contacted. The Huckabee campaign is now starting to deny the earlier statement on Fox News as this story breaks in the national press.
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