Q. Immigration in Arizona (the questioner wanted to know their opinion of their law & applying it here)
A. Andrew Gall for U.S. Congress: more flexible labor laws, diversity is our greatest strength
A. Charles Lollar for U.S. Congress: Fix the system since we're of laws, discrimination is wrong.
A. Jim Rutledge for U.S. Senate - "Illegal" is flip-side of citizens - they shouldn't be treated equally & gangs are a problem.
A. Christopher Garnet for U.S. Senate - citizens are losing jobs, all illegals should go home
A. Sanquetta Taylor for U.S. Senate - need sustainable plan, they're not known, they're a present safety issue, they don't pay taxes
A. Daniel McAndrew for U.S. Congress - we have methods to immigrate properly, places a financial burden on us
A. Collins Baily for U.S. Congress - AZ's law is state codification of federal law; we need to follow federal law
A. Steve Demsey for U.S. Senate - "Aliens" need to be deported, need to attract true immigrants - some people have a problem with reading the bill, but he read it - it's the same as federal law
Immigration is a hot issue. It came up today when a video was released from Silver Spring:
A second-grader told First Lady Michelle Obama that President Obama "is taking everybody away that doesn't have papers."
A number of immigrants in Prince George's County did not come over the border illegally and we don't have the same problems as border states as this news article points out - many come with papers and then they expire during the process of trying to renew them. A nonpartisan study also shows that many do pay taxes. There are many facts to consider in this debate.
Videos from the candidate forum will be posted here soon.