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More than 600 National Leaders to Converge on Washington to Urge Congress to Act on Immigration Reform
Date:10/28/2013

Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 28, 2013

With immigration the next big topic before Congress, top faith, law enforcement, agricultural, and business leaders are heading to Washington, D.C. from around the nation to push for reform, according to Americans for Reform (AFR), the group coordinating the effort.

These leaders -- including a large delegation from California -- will meet in the nation’s capital on Tuesday, October 29, for an event sponsored by the Partnership for a New American Economy, the Bibles, Badges and Business for Immigration Reform network, FWD.US, the California Strawberry Commission, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

National leaders are intent on sending a clear and unified message that lawmakers need to take up broad immigration reform and keep it moving forward, officials said.

Americans for Reform is the group in charge of organizing the fly-in; it will convene more than 600 leaders from nearly 100 congressional districts across the country.

WHAT:     Before they take their message to the halls of Congress, local leaders from California will be available for media interviews. Reporters interested in arranging interviews or satellite media feeds should contact Stevan Allen: Stevan@allenstrategic.com and Sarah Nelson: Sarah@Riverwoodstrategies.com

WHO:    Mike Kenyon, Pastor Mariners Church; Margaret Mims, Sheriff Fresno County; Cynthia Pollard, President & CEO Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce; Paul Rodriguez, Chairman Latino Water Coalition; Al Smith, President & CEO Fresno Chamber of Commerce; Rick Tomlinson, President California Strawberry Commission; Paul Wenger, President California Farm Bureau Federation

WHEN:    Satellite interviews: 8-11 a.m. Tuesday, October 29th; phone interviews may also be scheduled throughout that day. Please contact Stevan Allen at Stevan@allenstrategic.com or Sarah Nelson: Sarah@Riverwoodstrategies.com

WHERE:    U.S. Chamber of Commerce; 1615 H Street NW; Washington, D.C. 20062

OTHER: A webcast of the panel discussion at U.S. Chamber of Commerce can be viewed at
http://www.uschamber.com/webcasts/americans-reform (Live at 8:30 a.m. Eastern / Taped for later viewing)

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California Delegation: Michael Saragosa – Crime Victims Action Alliance; Jesus Alvarado – California Strawberry Farmer; Jose Flores – Mayor, City of Clovis; Duane Goff – American GI Forum; Mike Kenyon Pastor at Mariners Church; Margaret Mims – Sheriff, Fresno County; Cynthia Pollard – President & CEO, Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce; Brenda Quintana – Latin Business Association; Paul Rodriguez – Chairman, California Latino Water Coalition; Al Smith – President & CEO Frenso Chamber of Commerce; Rick Tomlinson – President, California Strawberry Commission; Paul Wenger – President, California Farm Bureau Federation; Dick Castner – U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Lorena Chavez – California Strawberry Farmer; Manuel Cunha – President, Nisel Farmer’s League; Prabhakar Goyal – Principal Architect, Microsoft; Jack Guerrero – Mayor, City of Cudahy; Marvin Jacobo – City Ministry Network; Skip Lanfried – Yorba Linda Friends Church; Christa Proctor – Impact Church; Arthur VenGeloof – Eastside Christian Church; Edwin Jay Williams – First Evangelical Free Church of Fullerton; Alex Viaz – Vida Family Church; Tom Nixon – Solidarity; Theresa Andrews – Director of Public Policy, CONNECT; Rayne Pegg – National Affairs, California Farm Bureau Federation; Marti Fisher – Policy Advocate, California Chamber of Commerce; Keturah Kennedy – Mica Community Development Corp; Luis Alvarado – GROW Elect; Bethany Anderson – Solidarity; Mark Martinez – California Strawberry Commission; Sergio Sanchez – California Strawberry Commission; Craig Davis – Rose Drive Friends Church; JoyDarnell Johnson – Higher Hope Christian Church; Vanessa Martinez – Evangelical Immigration Table; Robert Gittelson – Vice President of Governmental Affairs, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference; and Carlos Moran – Evangelical Immigration Table

Sponsors: American Farm Bureau Federation – TechNet – Wal-Mart – Western Growers Association

Conveners: Americans for Tax Reform – Bipartisan Policy Center – Bread for the World – California Strawberry Commission - Christian Community Development Association – Consumer Electronics Association – Engine Advocacy – Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention – ImmigrationWorksUSA – Liberty Counsel Action – Marriott International – McDonald’s – Microsoft – National Association of Evangelicals – National Association of Manufacturers – National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference – National Latino Evangelical Coalition – National Restaurant Association – Republicans for Immigration Reform – Sojourners – United States Conference of Catholic Bishops – U.S. Travel Association – World Relief

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11277220.htm.


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