An email to supporters from the Julio Gonzalez campaign states, “Richard DeNapoli, candidate for District 74 State Representative, has been formally asked by the Florida Chamber Political Institute to discontinue the use of confidential information that he and his supporters have been using to attack Dr. Julio Gonzalez.”
So the Florida Chamber is angry that its information is being used against a candidate that it supports and endorses. It that a bad thing?
The Florida Chamber of Commerce website states:
The Florida Chamber of Commerce joined with our partners at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, National Association of Manufacturers and the American and Florida Farm Bureau Federations in urging Congress and the administration to work together to enact immigration reform during a Day of Action – an effort that included events in Washington, DC and in more than 60 congressional districts across 25 states.
The Florida Chamber supports a comprehensive, federal approach to immigration reform – one that serves our nation’s best interest and is crucial for Florida as we position ourselves to win the global race for talent and jobs.
Comprehensive federal immigration reform is code for “amnesty.”
The campaign website for Dr. Julio Gonzales states, “Julio’s conservative pro-growth policies have earned him the endorsement of the Florida Chamber of Commerce.” There is no mention of immigration in the issues section of the Gonzales campaign website. Gonzalez has been endorsed by both the pro-amnesty Florida Chamber and Senator Marco Rubio, who is the Republican face for amnesty. What does that tell you about Gonzalez?
In stark contrast, Richard DeNapoli has these positions on immigration posted on his campaign website:
- No Amnesty – period,
- E-verify for all employers to ensure the jobs magnet for illegal aliens is turned off,
- Oppose all Obama efforts to house illegal immigrants in Sarasota County jails,
- Demand Congress act to secure the border,
- Support completion of the border fence,
- Shift taxpayer funding from benefits for illegal aliens to helping keep our commitment to caring for our Veterans.
It is clear where DeNapoli stands on immigration. It is not clear where Gonzalez stands, except that he stands shoulder-to-shoulder with the Florida Chamber of Commerce.
The August 26th Republican primary is upon us. Voters need to understand where the candidates stand on important issues like immigration.
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