Ask the real, tough questions of Presidential candidates
Take advantage of the opportunities available to influence immigration policy throughout the current presidential campaigns. All major candidates have websites with Contact Us links. Visit those websites and ask the tough questions that aren't often asked in debates or on the campaign trail.
Check out this page on the NumbersUSA website: https://www.numbersusa.com/content/action/2012-presidential-hopefuls-imm...
NumbersUSA posts continuously updated information on the immigration positions of presidential candidates. You can click on the photo of a candidate and get a long list of quotes the candidate has made on immigration issues. Then you can contact the candidate from addresses provided at NumbersUSA's website, and give your views on how the candidate should change or improve his positions.
You can encourage your favorites and give them any information you may have to help them in discussing immigration policy. All major party candidates' records, including President Obama's, are available on the NumbersUSA website.
Iimmigration has become a topic that is taken seriously in the campaign. Candidates have moved significantly both up and down in polls based on their answers to immigration questions.
Ask candidates, that if they are elected, would they support mandatory E-verify for all employers. Ask candidates about their views on securing the border, attrition through enforcement, chain migration, anchor babies (birthright citizenship) excessive legal immigration of low skilled workers...the list is endless. If you get a reply, please share it with OFIR!