Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Minuteman Founder Endorses Constitution Party Candidate Tim Aalders for US Senate

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The following was originally published on Tim Aalder's campaign website

Aliso Viejo, CA – Minuteman Project Founder and President Jim Gilchrist, the nation's leading grassroots activist on the issue of immigration reform and border security, announced he is endorsing Tim Aalders in the General Election for US Senator in Utah.  Gilchrist cited Aalders’s strong stand never supporting amnesty, eliminating Sanctuary Cities, and building a wall that will secure our borders with Mexico.  Polls show that immigration reform and border security remains one of the top issues facing voters of the state of Utah in the upcoming November 6 General Election.

Gilchrist stated, “Unlike Mitt Romney, Tim Aalders will join with President Trump to demand both the Federal and State Government to enforce our laws and our borders.  Aalders truly has a committed stand on the issues of immigration reform and border security and is just the leader Utah needs to end the chaos of illegal immigration.”

Regarding the November 6 election Gilchrist said, "For too long law abiding Americans have grown tired of watching the political establishment lack the will to enforce our nation's laws when it comes to border security, immigration policy, and sanctuary cities.  I have no trust in Mitt Romney. Everything he does shows to me he is a Democrat.  Utah needs someone in Washington DC that will fight on behalf of taxpayers to end the influx of illegal aliens in America, and that is why I wholeheartedly endorse Tim Aalders for US Senate."

Jim Gilchrist founded the multi-ethnic Minuteman Project on Oct. 1, 2004, after years of frustrated efforts trying to get a neglectful U.S. government to simply enforce existing immigration laws.  He was one of the original campaign endorsers of President Trump in the summer of 2015. 

Jim Gilchrist is the founder and President of the Minuteman Project, a multi-ethnic grassroots organization dedicated to border security and immigration reform.  
For more information see: www.MinutemanProject.com  

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