ADVISORY: Latino, Immigrant Leaders Ask: Is Scott Walker Ready for the National Stage As He Makes His Campaign Official?
State & National Leaders Warn of Walker’s Extreme Positions on Immigration and Other Issues Affecting the Fastest Growing Segment of US Electorate
***Telephonic Press Conference***
Monday, July 13 at 10:00am CT / 11:00am ET
DIAL-IN INFO: 1-866-952-1906
CONFERENCE ID: Walker
WASHINGTON, DC – This Monday, July 13, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will officially launch his presidential campaign at an afternoon rally in Waukesha, a suburb of Milwaukee. National and local Latino and immigrant rights advocates will hold a telephonic press conference PRIOR TO THE ANNOUNCEMENT at 10:00am CT/ 11:00am ET to preview what his candidacy means for Latino and immigrant families across the country, given his track record in Wisconsin and recent remarks on the campaign trail.
Walker has been upfront in his opposition to any form of immigration reform in spite of the gridlock in Washington, yet he offers no solution to our broken immigration system. At the same time, the 55 million Latino and immigrant families in America are just as worried as other Americans about Walker’s record and vision for the economy, education, and health care.
EVENT: National telephonic press conference with immigrant and Latino advocates commenting on Scott Walker’s campaign for president
Cristobal Alex, Latino Victory Project
Christine Neumann-Ortiz, Voces de la Frontera, Milwaukee, WI
Dreamer, Youth Empowered in the Struggle/Voces/UWD, Milwaukee, WI
Andres Ramirez, Ramirez Group, Las Vegas, NV
Daniel Barajas, Young American Dreamers, Tampa, FL
DATE/TIME: Monday, July 13 at 10:00am CT/ 11:00am ET
DIAL-IN INFO: 1-866-952-1906 CONFERENCE ID: Walker
Kyle Tharp, 865-776-9645,
RaeAnn Pickett, 202-464-6966,
Sam Singleton-Freeman, 414-719-1373
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