2016 Endorsements


Senator Michael Bennet

Michael Bennet

Canidate for U.S. Senate Colorado, (Incumbent)

Michael Bennet knows how to get things done for immigration. A life long advocate of reform, he brought his passion to the United States Senate. In 2009 he co-sponsored the DREAM Act, advocating for the rights of immigrants who are making this country better. He also knows that when it comes to true reform, cooperation is key. As one of the "Gang of Eight," Bennet was instrumental in drafting the comprehensive immigration reform bill that was passed in the Senate in 2013. With a growing immigrant population and more than 20% of its residents identifying as Hispanic, Colorado depends on the immigration reform that Sen. Bennet is fighting for. We know we can count of Sen. Bennet to continue the fight for reform: That's why we are proud to endorse Michael Bennet for Senate

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Representative Tammy Duckworth
Tammy Duckworth Candidate for U.S. House, Illinois District 8 (Incumbent)

Tammy Duckworth has been an outspoken advocate for comprehensive reform since her election to the House of Representatives in 2012. Rep. Duckworth understands the benefits of reform to the U.S. and its citizens, supporting a pathway to citizenship so that families can stay together, and supports the President’s executive action that allowed this process to begin moving forward. Rep. Duckworth will continue to be an example for all pro-immigration reform leaders, and Immigrants’ List is proud to support her reelection campaign.

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Representative Linda Sánchez
Linda Sánchez Candidate for U.S. House, California District 38 (Incumbent)

Few in Congress are as close to the immigration debate as Linda Sánchez.
She were born to Mexican immigrants in California, and as the daughter of immigrants, she would like to see both parties stand up for the basic dignity of immigrants -- it's the very least they can do. Linda's Los Angeles district is more than 29 percent immigrant and more than 60 percent Hispanic. There is a lot riding on her leadership on immigration reform, and the congresswoman has been at the forefront of the fight. As chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, she has to stand up for her community in Washington, and she doesn't back down from anyone. We are proud to support her in 2016.
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