U.S. House Judiciary Committee Member Rep. Greg Stanton (D-AZ-9) Joins ABIC to Release NEW BIPARTISAN POLL Showing Arizona Voters Overwhelmingly Support Immigration Solutions
ABIC PRESS CONFERENCE
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 10:45 PST/1:45 EST – via ZOOM
Media registration here: https://bit.ly/AZImmigrationPoll
ABIC push for immigration reforms undeterred despite Senate Parliamentarian’s opinion that proposed pathways to citizenship for DACA and TPS recipients, farmworkers and essential workers are not eligible for upcoming budget reconciliation bill
PHOENIX, AZ — This Wednesday, September 22, House Judiciary Committee Member Rep. Greg Stanton (D-AZ) will join the American Business Immigration Coalition (ABIC) to release original new bipartisan polling finding that Arizona voters overwhelmingly support a pathway to citizenship for DACA recipients, TPS holders, farm workers and essential workers.
The new bipartisan national poll, with an oversample of Arizona voters, sponsored by American Business Immigration Coalition (ABIC) and FWD.US, uniquely addresses voter attitudes on advancing immigration reforms in the pending budget legislation.
Passing these common sense immigration solutions is crucial to boosting Arizona’s economy, creating jobs, easing the labor shortage, and supporting families.
Press Conference Details:
WHAT: ABIC Press Conference: NEW POLL: “Arizonans Agree: Our Economy Needs Immigration Reform Now”
- U.S. Rep. Greg Stanton (D-AZ 9th District), Member, House Judiciary Committee
- Bob Worsley, Former Republican Arizona State Senator; Founder, Skymall; Co-Chair, ABIC
- Rebecca Shi, Executive Director, ABIC
- Alejandra Gomez, Co-Executive Director, Living United for Change in Arizona – LUCHA
- Todd Schulte, President, FWD.us
- Matt Barreto, BSP Research, Democratic pollster
- Daron Shaw, Shaw & Co. Research, Republican pollster
WHEN: Wednesday, Sept. 22 – 10:45am PT/1:45 am ET
WHERE: Zoom – Media may register here: https://bit.ly/AZImmigrationPoll
The American Business Immigration Coalition (ABIC) promotes common sense immigration reform that advances economic competitiveness, provides companies with both the high-skilled and low-skilled talent they need, and allows the integration of immigrants into our economy as consumers, workers, entrepreneurs, and citizens. ABIC is active in key states and communities across the country engaging activists, advocates, business leaders and elected officials on the urgency of passing immigration reform that boosts our economy, creates jobs, eases the labor shortage and supports families.