Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Greg Abbott Okay With Cuban Welfare Given To Cuban Adult Refugees Ignoring Central American Kids

June 23

Texas Senator Ted Cruz (born in Canada and son of Cuban immigrant father) is ignoring the large elephant in the room as he avoids discussing the Cuban refugee adults who have been receiving government welfare from United States taxpayers for the past 40 years.  Indeed, the United States became the first country of first asylum for large numbers of displaced persons when thousands of Cuban refugees found political refuge here.  

Currently, Cuban refugee immigrants are able to receive food stamps, SSI, TANF and medicaid.  Republicans such as Sen. Cruz and Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott are quick to point out they are for less government, yet turn a blind eye to the welfare and government benefits against those who claim to be against Fidel Castro's "socialist and/or communist-leaning" regime.   If Republicans claim to be for "less government" and less welfare, why are they quick to preserve welfare for Cuban immigrant refugees once their wet-foot reaches our dry-land?  Approximately 40,000 additional Cuban refugees take refuge in our Nation every single year.  

On Monday, June 23, 2014, both Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Attorney General Greg Abbott held a press conference  addressing the dramatic increase of unaccompanied children crossing the border creating a humanitarian crisis.  But what both of these Republicans will not address is the 40 years of welfare Americans have been giving to Cuban immigrants once their wet foot reaches dry land.  Instead of getting on a boat, many have chosen to fly into Mexico and crossing the border via the Mexican-U.S. border.  According to the Washington post, Sen. Ted Cruz's own father bribed an official to come into our Nation. 

While Cruz and Abbott complain about "amnesty" offered to infants and children, both forget the amnesty offered to thousands and thousands of Cuban refugees over the pat 40 years. 



Another Reversal: Sen. Ted Cruz No Longer Supporting Bush-era Refugee ImmigrationPolicy

June 23

GOP DIVIDED:  Son of Cuban immigrant Sen. Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush at odds. 


It is no secret, Senator Ted Cruz once supported former President George W. Bush's immigration policy when Republicans were in White House Power.  But now Ted who is the son of a crazy minister (two teaspoons away from Jim Jones' thinking)  wants his Tea Party congregation to believe Obama is to blame for the Central American children who are fleeing conditions worse than Cuba.   Never mind how Sen. Cruz's own Cuban immigrant father bribed an official to enter our Nation.   Since Sen. Ted Cruz was born in Canada of a Cuban immigrant father, does this mean Cruz is against Cuban amnesty, too?

The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) states there are rules governing ORR's resettlement programs and allocation of funding.  

Click on the links below to read Title 45, Public welfare.


Now we see Sen. Cruz putting blame under the current administration even though the Bush administration modified ORR policies.   According to the ORR: 

In July 2004, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) finalized regulations to make clear that, within the framework of constitutional guidelines, faith-based organizations (FBOs) are able to compete on an equal footing with other organizations for HHS funding without impairing the religious character of their organizations. These regulations implement the principles that President Bush set out in two Executive Orders applying to Federal funds:

  • Executive Order 13198 created a Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives at HHS in order to identify and eliminate regulatory, contracting, and other programmatic obstacles to the equal participation of faith-based and community organizations in the provision of social services by HHS (Federal Register, January 31, 2001).
  • Executive Order 13279 charged HHS to give equal treatment to faith-based and community groups that apply for funds to meet social needs in America’s communities. This Executive Order was designed to ensure that no organization is discriminated against based on religion, and that federally funded social services are available to all regardless of religion (Federal Register, December 16, 2002).

Inherently Religious Activities:

A participating organization may not use direct Federal grants, sub-award funds, or contracts to support inherently religious activities such as religious instruction, worship, or proselytization. If the organization engages in such activities, it must offer them separately, in time or location, from the programs or services funded with direct Department assistance, and participation must be voluntary for the beneficiaries of the Department-funded programs or services.

Independence of Faith-Based Organizations:

A faith-based organization receiving HHS funds retains its independence from Federal, State, and local governments, and may continue to carry out its mission, including the definition, practice, and expression of its religious beliefs. For example, a faith-based organization may use space in its facilities to provide secular programs or services funded with Federal funds without removing religious art, icons, scriptures, or other religious symbols. In addition, a faith-based organization that receives Federal funds retains its authority over its internal governance, and it may retain religious terms in its organization’s name, select its board members on a religious basis, and include religious references in its organization’s mission statements and other governing documents in accordance with all program requirements, statutes, and other applicable requirements governing the conduct of HHS funded activities. Faith-based and community organizations may reference the “Guidance to Faith-Based and Community Organizations on Partnering with the Federal Government” at:www.whitehouse.gov/government/fbci/guidance/index.html.

Regulations pertaining to the Equal Treatment for Faith-Based Organizations can be found at either 45 CFR 87.1 or the HHS website.



It's hard to keep up with Sen. Ted Cruz's immigration shuffle, and since he touts his evangelical Christian beliefs -- one would think he would remember Jesus Christ's words on how to treat our neighbor.  

Without a doubt the Republican Party is divided, and this is evident when you see Sen. Ted Cruz (formerly supported by the Bush's) reversing his immigration positions at policy odds with 2016 hopeful Jeb Bush on his immigration policy positions. 




Joseph Garcia: Independent Voters Can Vote In Primary Elections

June 21

We know Independent registered voters can vote in primary elections, and below is a story that should receive more attention.   It is a reminder to our growing independent registered voters to vote in the primary elections as we continue to organize Chicano / Latino independents across the Nation.  I love tough challenges, but we ought to remember, both major Parties (D and R) will always try to minimize the key swing independent voters like us.  That said ... we also know both D's and R's are the first to $pend millions and millions of dollars reaching out to us to vote for them.  More and more independent voter groups (ahead of the voting curve) are organizing and connecting across our Nation to support Open Primaries.  Eventually, we will see our goals come into fruition as long as we persevere the uphill battles.  


By Joseph Garcia

Dear independent voter: Please read your mail — and cast your ballot

Everything’s e-mail these days.

But if I could write a letter to independent voters, those much-maligned, unaligned ragged individuals of rugged individualism who now quietly make up the largest and loosely knitted group of Arizona’s electorate, it would go something like this:

Dear Independent Voter:

It seems like nobody writes letters anymore. Instead, our mailboxes are filled with ads for pre-approved credit cards … and bills for post-approved credit cards. But that’s not why I’m writing to you. I just wanted to make sure that, in sifting through the piles of junk mail, you didn’t miss an important postcard.

No, not the “wish you were here,” ocean-view postcard from your friend vacationing in San Diego. The important one is in nondescript black and white, has that trademark-boring “official” look and deals with the Aug. 26 primary election.

I know: You’re an independent voter; you don’t vote in primary elections.

Why? Because you can’t, right?


Independent voters in Arizona have the right to cast either a Republican or Democrat ballot in the primary and not lose any of the previously undisclosed privilege of being of/an independent voter — but you must choose one or the other.

The vast majority of independent voters I’ve come across — even those in the know who should know better — don’t know they actually can vote in party primaries. They still mistakenly think they’re prohibited, uninvited to the party by the parties.

That was true — back when postage stamps were 32 cents. But in 1998, Arizona law was changed to allow independent voters to cast either a Republican or Democratic ballot (but not both, since that practice remains prohibited for obvious reasons).

Anyway, apparently the party-primary invitation has not been delivered or such notifications were dismissed as “junk” and thrown away along with all those fast-food coupons and furniture ads cluttering the mailbox.

Look, Arizonans are notorious for not voting in primaries (28 percent in 2012, according to the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office), but independents are worse. Much worse. How much worse? Just one in 10 independents (and even less, by some official counts) voted in the 2012 primary election, according to elections officials.

Forget San Diego. That “wish you were here” postcard might as well have been sent from the ballot box.

But independents can collectively change that. If you’re on the early voting list, just sign and return the aforementioned black-and-white official postcard sent to your address, and check the box for either a Republican or Democrat primary ballot. Just do so by July 12, and make sure you sign it.

Hey, the postage is even paid.

Independents can also call their local county elections division (602-506-1511 in Maricopa County, 520-724-6830 for Pima County) for more information about primary voting methods and options (including on-site precinct voting), or go online to the various elections websites.

The important thing is to take action so you can vote.

Why vote in the primary, you ask? Well, for starters, here in the Grand Canyon State (also known as the Safe District State, with its many non-competitive legislative districts heavily favoring either Republican or Democratic candidates by voter registration), the primary is often, essentially, the general election in terms of deciding the outcome.

If you wait until November before voting, the races often are already run and the winners long decided.

But independents also should take into account the importance of primaries in federal and statewide races.

For example, there are three candidates seeking the GOP nomination in the Congressional District 1 race; three more Republicans in the District 2 contest; two Republicans in both District 8 and District 9; and five Democrats in District 7.

The governor’s contest is another good example: There are eight declared Republican candidates (including one write-in candidate) for the state’s top office. The GOP winner will advance to the general election to face the lone Democrat, along with a Libertarian and independent candidate.

It’s very possible the GOP primary winner will be the next governor (although the Democratic candidate will do his best to thwart such a succession of Republican power in the executive office). Shouldn’t independent voters have a say in choosing the very best leaders for Arizona, starting with the primary choices?

If you answered “yes,” independents, you now know what you can and should do.

If you answered “no,” you’re most likely still tethered to a major political party — or too busy sending “wish you were here” postcards from San Diego to be bothered by Arizona matters.

Sooner or later, though, we all have to come back from our day at the beach and face the harsh reality of living in Arizona: Voting matters.

With some 35 percent of the electorate, independent voters certainly have the numbers to shape the future. But so far, the growing ranks of independents have been practicing addition by subtraction (as in continuing to register to vote in record numbers, but not actually voting in primaries and seldom in general elections). That sum of that equation is a net zero in terms of impact.

In writing this letter, I wonder aloud: Can independents finally be counted on to help determine Arizona’s path? Or will independents remain a paper tiger in the digital jungles of voter registration rolls?

Our state awaits your reply.

Independently yours,


P.S. The new cat is fine. Very independent.


Joseph Garcia is director of communication at Morrison Institute for Public Policy and director of the Morrison Institute Latino Public Policy Center at Arizona State University.


ABC 15: Arizona Immigration Lawyers Offering Free Help to Nogales Central American Children

June 21

From ABC 15 News, watch video here


Immigration attorney Ruben Reyes was part of the group and said they were not allowed in, despite having submitted personal information on Monday including their driver’s licenses and social security numbers.

“These children are in a frightful situation, they don't have access to legal representation or legal information regarding the process that's taking place here in the United States,” explained Reyes.

Reyes tells ABC15 illegal border crossers have no rights to a government appointed attorney, but they can hire an attorney on their own to help them understand the paperwork they are signing and the process.

“There is a lot of misinformation in the community with the difference of a notice to appear versus a subpoena to appear in court. It's not a permit to stay. And what they sign could be detrimental,” Reyes said.

The attorneys are offering their services for free as part of a humanitarian effort and are getting calls from attorneys all over the U.S.

“I have received an overwhelming response nationally from attorneys who are interested in providing free 'know your rights' presentations at these facilities,” said Reyes.

The group is asking CBP to reconsider their offer and plan to continue pushing for access to help the children with legal matters.

Reyes said CBP has told them they may have to go through the office of refugee resettlement.


Arizona & Texas Chicano / Immigration Activists Raises Cuban Amnesty For Adults Regarding Central American Kids In Nogales

June 20

The Cuban privileged amnesty buzz is being brought back to the forefront with regard to the Central American children who are detained in detention centers in both Nogales, Arizona and in Texas. 

Arizona Chicano Activist, formerly with Voto Latino in the State of Arizona says:

If Cuban Adults qualify as refugees, then most certainly these Central American Children can qualify. Interesting how Politicians have been happy to receive Cuban 'refugees' accept them into their communities, groom them for political careers, and even present them to the country as their minority poster boys...yet when a group of children without homes, many without parents, arrive in desperation from our neighboring country the predominant conversation on the topic is about how to slam the door or how to fast to drop them off in the jungle!

I can't help but to be reminded of the 'wet foot dry foot' policy enjoyed by Cubans for over four decades now. Could the dire circumstances of these Central American countries be compared to the circumstances precipitating the Cuban Adjustment Act 1966? May we suggest that the Cuban situation no longer presents the exigency that merits such an accommodation as automatic citizenship? May we further suggest that perhaps now there may be another country in the world where the current political economic and social conditions present a more clear and present danger to the people who live there, lets say...Honduras (commonly known as the MOST VIOLENT COUNTRY IN THE WORLD), whose children are arriving at our doorstep carrying nothing with them but the hope of life? Cuban parents use the US as a sort of boarding school where they send their children to be groomed as politicians (or hip hop moguls). Hondurans send their kids to the US to escape torture and death. Perhaps its time to raise the bridge to freedom we've extended to Cuba for the last 48 years and give another country some love. 


This same message has been in question for some time in the southwestern part of the United States -- home of a high Chicano / Mexican-American population. 

Texas State Rep. Rene Oliveira told Valley Central News


State Representative Rene Oliveira said Thursday that 90,000 unaccompanied, undocumented children mainly from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, will cross the U.S. - Mexico border illegally, by September.

The vast majority, he added, are expected to be between the ages of 5 and 14.

"Anybody who doesn't blame it on a failed - on the failure of our federal government to deal with immigration reform, is foolish," Oliveira said.

The democratic state representative compares this wave of mass illegal immigration to the exodus of Cubans in the 1980’s.



Members of Latino / Chicano Community And Lawyers Speak on New Legal Concerns Regarding Central American Immigrant Children in Nogales Detention

June 20
June 20,  2014 -- World Refugee Day
Contact: Ruben Reyes, Immigration Activist and Lawyer (602) 358-9845
DeeDee Garcia Blase, Immigration Activist (480) 200-3748
Shirl Mora James, Civil Rights / Immigration Leader (402) 890-2295
(Above)  Minor Immigrant Children/Mothers Sleeping in Mylar Blankets As They Await Thicker Bed Mattress Mats In Nogales Detention Center. Photo Credit:  Jon Justice Show 104.1 KQTH 
Members of Latino / Chicano Community And Lawyers Speaks on New Legal Concerns Regarding Central American Immigrant Children in Nogales Detention
Date: Friday, June 20, 2014
Time: 3:00 pm
Location: ICE Building
1330 South 16th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85034
  • Ruben Reyes -- Arizona Immigration Attorney and Member of AILA
  • Rep. Martin Quezada - Legislative District Arizona Representative and Arizona Attorney
  • Reverend Maupin - Arizona Civil Rights Leader and Leader of Black / Brown Coalition and Congressional Candidate
  • Reverend John Torres -- Immigration Rights Activist and Minister of Migrant Community
Phoenix, AZ -- Increasing concern by local Arizona residents are growing with regard to lack of legal representation given to Central American children currently being held in Nogales Detention Center in Arizona. Former AILA President David Leopold states: “There is a humanitarian crisis in South and Central America. Political turmoil, ravaged economies, and social problems have led tens of thousands of children to flee Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras to escape abuse, criminal gangs and violence. Others are forced leave their home countries as victims of human trafficking or abandonment. While the U.S. is not the only country effected, thousands of victims of violence have made their way north to the Southwest border. Among the latest inflow are growing numbers of female victims and children under the age of 12.”
Nogales Border Patrol agents told the Civil Rights Delegation these children would not receive legal help until they are transferred to their Office of Refugee and Resettlement (ORR) station which could take several days or more than a week. We have new information and documentation that shows parents are unable to find their children even though their children has been processed through the system. We believe these children are refugees and should not be treated as detainees who do not have any access to urgent legal representation.
We would like to remind legal immigration reform Tea Party obstructionists within the House of Representatives that today is World Refugee Day.
Shirl Mora James, Civil Rights and Immigration Lawyer States: 
The Central American kids currently being detained in immigration detention centers ought to be treated as refugees. Conditions appear to be worse in Central America than in Cuba.
Civil Rights Leader Rev. Maupin states:
The world acknowledges that today is World Refugee Day and it is incumbent upon the US to protect the inherent worth and dignity of these children. These are unacompanied minor children and are victims of a destabilized economy, crime, abuse with a lack of opportunity and hope. This is a humanitarian crisis and a foregin policy emergency.  Congress must act now.
We would like to remind the Republican Tea Party obstructionists responsible for immigration reform gridlock in Congress to pass immigration reform now. It has been over one year since the Democratic-controlled Senate passed immigration reform to include our border-state Senator John McCain. The House of Representatives led by Republican Speaker John Boehner continues to avoid putting immigration reform up for vote nearly a year later.
Our refugee policy begins at home.  According to Patrick McCormick, a research associate at the Council on Foreign Relations:
“...the United States has a legal obligation to abide by Article 33 of the U.N. Refugee Convention, which prohibits forcibly returning refugees to their country of origin. Article 33 is the keystone of the entire international policy architecture of refugee protection, and its violation risks the integrity of the system itself.
Second, U.S. policymakers must recognize that the migration flow across the country’s southwestern border is intrinsically mixed, and includes unaccompanied minors and others with international protection needs.
Third, the United States should work more aggressively through bilateral and multilateral partnerships to guarantee that displaced persons with genuine protection needs are identified and provided with a safe haven. Such efforts should be founded upon – and not merely substitute for – successfully passing comprehensive immigration reform founded upon the human dignity of the migrant.
Somos Independents is a national group of key swing independent registered Independent women voters who support bipartisanship in our government that will help solve tough issues.   We are organizing the growing independent registered voter group by getting out the vote with millennial voters, and we realize college-aged students prefer registering themselves as independents rather than choosing a major political party.  We believe in putting people before Party politics.  Co-founders include a former Republican and a former Democratic voter.

President Obama Working With Mexican Pena Nieto on Mass Influx of Immigrants

June 19

From a National Security standpoint, the United States working with Mexico to combat a growing humanitarian crisis is an excellent idea!  Not only is Mexico an ally and trade partner, it is essential for other Nations to see the US working closely with our soil neighbors.  It's a safe cooperative effort, too. 

With regard to the massive influx of Central Americans that are overcrowding our detention centers from spike migration.  It does my heart good to see soil neighbor(s), allies and trade partners working together.  Particularly when recently Russia has flown close to California testing our defense resolve.  The globe needs to see the US and our soil neighbors working together in order to solve a humanitarian crisis. 



Just in:



Office of the Press Secretary


June 19, 2014


Readout of the President’s Call to President Peña Nieto of Mexico


This afternoon President Obama spoke by phone with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to discuss a regional strategy to address the influx of unaccompanied children coming from Central America, through Mexico, to the U.S.-Mexico border. The President noted that Vice President Biden will attend a regional meeting in Guatemala on Friday, June 20, to discuss the urgent humanitarian issue, and welcomed the opportunity to work in close cooperation with Mexico to develop concrete proposals to address the root causes of unlawful migration from Central America. He also discussed the United States and Mexico’s shared responsibility for promoting security in both countries and in the region.


The President noted that the United States and Mexico can collaborate on a number of areas related to the issue, including by working together to return the children safely to their families and to build Central American capacity to receive returned individuals. The President also noted that these unaccompanied children are vulnerable to crime and abuse, and welcomed Mexico’s efforts to help target the criminals that lure families to send children on the dangerous journey and to alert potential migrants to the perils of the journey and the likelihood that they will be returned to Central America. The President also reiterated that arriving migrants will not qualify for legalization under proposed immigration reform legislation or deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA).




Missing Central American / Latin American Refugee Children Hotline

June 19

Regarding Central American minor children held at detention centers:   Missing children stories are being reported where relatives of minor Central American / Latin American children who are being held in Texas or Arizona detention centers are not able to be located. Parents are frantic because they cannot locate their child.

Arizona Immigration Lawyer Ruben Reyes has informed us of the following HOTLINE NUMBER effective tomorrow morning on June 20, 2014, in order for relatives to locate their children who recently came to our Nation and are part of the massive influx of Central Americans that took place earlier this month. 

We encourage relatives or parents to download the reunification packet provided here: http://www.uacportal.org/ 


Office of Refugee Resettlement



*A Hotline for relatives / parents who are missing their children, and may help assist them in locating their child. 




FOMC Update: Find out why Federal Reserve Chair Yellen Says Short Term Economy Rebounding But Long Term Outlook A Concern

June 19


Here is another reason why obstructionist Tea Party Republicans ought to put legal immigration reform up for a vote.  Now that Rep. Eric Cantor is out of the way, the Nation will be able to indicate whether or not newly appointed House Leader Kevin McCarthy will help solve tough issues in a bipartisan way. 

From Daily Ticker

In her quarterly news conference following the Federal Open Market Committee's policy announcement, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the economy is rebounding from the slump in the first-quarter and projected further, quicker declines in the unemployment rate.

But Yellen's long-term projections for the economy were not quite as upbeat. The Fed lowered its long-term growth outlook for the U.S. economy to 2.1%, another downward revision. Fed officials also lowered the outlook for long-term interest rate targets to 3.75%, below the typical rate of 4%.



Aging demographics in the U.S., low productivity growth and weak investments could all slow long-term growth, according to Garcia. He acknowledges that it’s difficult to get out of a long-term slump, but the International Monetary Fund has some suggestions that the U.S. would be wise to take. “I think infrastructure spending would be great," he says. "The nation’s infrastructure has been crumbling for quite a bit and if you do something about it now you get a lot of benefits. One is that you put some people to work, so it’s a demand-side idea, but it also raises the longer-term potential growth rate of the economy itself.”

Another way to stave of stagnation would be liberalizing immigration policy, according to Garcia. “Look, it’s not time to panic yet,” concludes Garcia. “In the short-term, people will pretty soon be able to participate in a more vigorous economy and in the long-term you never know about these things.”    Watch video here >>>


Latino Voters Give ID-R Rep. Raul Labrador Thumbs Down Citing His Obstructionism

June 13

Mexican-American / Latino Voters are giving Idaho Republican Representative a 'thumbs down' for his obstructionism.  American voters are tired of grid lock in Congress. Somos Independents voter group is keenly aware of how many millions of dollars Republicans and Democrats spend to reach out to our voter block group.  But, Independent voters are ready to DUMP THE TEA and extremism

According to the Gallup, "Forty-two percent of Americans, on average, identified as political independents in 2013, the highest Gallup has measured since it began conducting interviews by telephone 25 years ago. Meanwhile, Republican identification fell to 25%, the lowest over that time span. At 31%, Democratic identification is unchanged from the last four years but down from 36% in 2008." 
According to the Independent Voter Network (IVN):  
"The current Congress has an average 9.2 percent approval rating and 84.2 percent disapproval rating. ... These numbers point to a grave problem: the House of Representatives is utterly unrepresentative."  


Independent Mexican-American voter via Carlos Galindo wrote: 


For those not aware of this. We pointed it out Labrador is an Immigration Attorney by profession. Tell me he never asked for a pardon for a client that he represented. What that means is that he solicited amnesty.

Photo: For those not aware of this. We pointed it out   Labrador is an Immigration Attorney by profession. Tell me he never asked for a pardon for a client that he represented. What that means is that he solicited amnesty.

Carmen Galindo Hablando Claro Toro De La Mañana
Richard Hornos of TNTweeters not only noticed Labrador's obstructionism, but also his flip flop approach where he tells the Latino audience one thing on Al Punto, but will vote contrary to what he tells Spanish speaking persons:
On 2/19/2013  said this on  What's his position TODAY as candidate?
If the GOP decides on supporting Rep. Labrador's obstructionist approach to fill Rep. Eric Cantor's shoes, they will have to do so at the risk of these competitive districts.

Now let's turn to the Republicans:

Dist. Rep. Margin
CA-31 Gary Miller 0 1 1
IL-13 Rodney Davis 1 6 7
CO-06 Mike Coffman 7 5 12
NY-19 Chris Gibson 16 4 20
CA-10 Jeff Denham 13.5 13 26.5
NV-03 Joe Heck 21 8 29
IA-03 Tom Latham 27 7 34
NJ-03 Jon Runyan 28 9 37
NY-23 Tom Reed 10 30 40
NY-11 Michael Grimm 13.5 27 40.5
VA-02 Scott Rigell 22 22 44
MN-02 John Kline 25 23 48
NE-02 Lee Terry 5.5 45 50.5
MI-01 Dan Benishek 2 49 51
MI-06 Fred Upton 41 12 53
MI-11 Kerry Bentivolio 18 36 54
WI-08 Reid Ribble 40 17 57
PA-08 Mike Fitzpatrick 47.5 11 58.5
WI-07 Sean Duffy 43 18 61
MI-07 Tim Walberg 32.5 29 61.5
CA-25 Buck McKeon 31 32 63
CA-21 David Valadao 64.5 2 66.5
MI-03 Justin Amash 26 44 70
WI-01 Paul Ryan 38 33 71
IN-02 Jackie Walorski 4 69 73
PA-06 Jim Gerlach 54 19 73
PA-15 Charlie Dent 49.5 24 73.5
FL-02 Steve Southerland 15 59 74
FL-10 Dan Webster 8.5 66 74.5
OH-16 Jim Renacci 12 64 76
FL-13 Bill Young 62 15 77
IA-04 Steve King 24 56 80
NJ-02 Frank LoBiondo 78.5 3 81.5
NJ-05 Scott Garrett 43 39 82
FL-16 Vern Buchanan 20 63 83
NY-02 Peter King 75.5 10 85.5
VA-04 Randy Forbes 52.5 35 87.5
MN-03 Erik Paulsen 68 20 88
CO-03 Scott Tipton 43 52 95
NY-27 Chris Collins 5.5 90 95.5
GA-01 Open 0 97 97
OH-14 David Joyce 63 37 100
VA-05 Robert Hurt 45 55 100
KY-06 Andy Barr 11 93 104
OH-06 Bill Johnson 19 86 105
WA-08 Dave Reichert 91 14 105
PA-16 Joe Pitts 67 40 107
MN-06 Michele Bachmann 3 105 108
NC-09 Robert Pittenger 17 91 108
PA-07 Pat Meehan 87.5 21




Our women-led and key swing Independent registered voter group gives Labrador a THUMBS DOWN, we are tired of men at the Capitol who allow their egos to get the better of them i.e., government shutdown at the expense of the American people and our children. 

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