The imperative to gain control of our nation’s own border has never been greater
NumbersUSA doesn’t endorse, but it does the in-depth fact checking research on issues and evaluates candidates, rating them on their positions as reported in the media or on their own official websites. These grades and ratings reflect what “hopefuls” say should be done about illegal immigration — looking at contradictions and changes in stances. NumbersUSA generally gives the most weight to the more recent statements and actions.
This is the interactive presidential hopefuls page. Moving your cursor over any of the scores will cause an explanation to appear.
Check out the positions of Arizona’s 9 congressional district candidates here. Where there is no previous history, click on the name of the candidate to see what statements they have made.
There is a green arrow pointing out “true reformers.” Among Arizona’s GOP congressional delegation, David Schweikert garnered that A+ grade. Trent Franks and Paul Gosar were each given an A.
The national congressional map can be viewed here in order to make comparisons on illegal immigration.
To understand the topic of illegal immigration and the fallacy of attempting to view it from a “humanitarian perspective,” watch this shortened version of Roy Beck’s celebrated “Immigration, World Poverty and Gumballs” video — based on data from the World Bank and U.S. Census Bureau. You won’t forget it, or the well-presented facts.