Ensure that Immigration Questions are Asked at the Next Presidential Debate!

In last week’s debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, there was no mention of an issue that has been a cornerstone of this election: immigration.

This is unacceptable.

Fortunately, there is something you can do to ensure that this does not happen again!

It was recently announced that this Sunday’s town hall style debate will feature questions submitted on the internet. Moderators agreed to consider the top 30 questions voted up on PresidentialOpenQuestions.com.

Over the past week, pro-amnesty activists have flooded the site with thousands of questions and votes. Therefore, we need your help to make sure true immigration reform questions are not left out of the debate!

To make it easy for you, FAIR has highlighted several questions that we believe should be asked in the upcoming debate.

Please vote (click the question and then the “vote” button) for any or all of the following questions:

What is the public interest objective of our nation’s immigration policy?

Almost every important public policy has a clearly identifiable public interest objective that can be summed up in one or two sentences. Immigration policy seems to be the lone exception.

If elected, will you secure the border?

I live in the border state of Arizona and I do not feel safe.

What is your plan to stop the flow of illegal immigrants into the U.S.?

Ignoring for a moment the issue of the illegal immigrants already here, give your specific plan to reduce or stop the number of illegal immigrants from coming into this country in the future.

Why does the government allow corporations to replace well-educated American workers with H-1Bs?

We were ordered to train our foreign replacements, then were given a pink slip while foreigners on visas lived/worked in Lake Mary, FL. This process continues today and affects more and more industries.

What would you do about companies engaged in illegal hiring practices?

Illegal immigration isn’t the source problem but a symptom of businesses providing an opportunity. This and other illegal practices undermines the success of law abiding businesses and job seekers