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ALIPAC Endorses Michael Steinberg for U.S. Congress for North Carolina's 9th District

March 28, 2014 – Matthews, N.C. – Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) this week announced the endorsement of Michael Steinberg to unseat Republican incumbentRobert Pittenger from North Carolina's 9th district in the May 9 Republican Primary election. ALIPAC said in its press release that it opposes Pittenger's support for a form of amnesty for illegal immigrants that is similar to President Barack Obama's amnesty plan.

ALIPAC took the incumbent DC insider Robert Pittenger to task last month when an email from the group celebrated Pittenger's support for a pathway to legalization and eventual voting rights for millions of illegal immigrants. Robert Pittenger's support for changing existing laws to accommodate millions of illegal aliens was further confirmed in an article written by Franco Ordonez of McClatchy on Feb. 10, 2014. As a result, ALIPAC added Pittenger to the list of 36 GOP members of Congress working with Boehner and Obama to pass a nation-altering amnesty bill for illegal aliens.

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Mike Steinberg to Seek Republican Nomination for N.C. 9th Congressional DistrictIn Primary Race with Incumbant Robert Pittenger

February 28, 2014 - Matthews, N.C. - Michael D. "Mike" Steinberg today announced he is filing to run for U.S. House of Representatives for the 9th Congressional District seat currently held by Robert Pittenger. Steinberg is a conservative Republican, businessman and author from Matthews and was a candidate in the 2012 primary race. Steinberg seeks to fill the need for principled representation in Washington D.C., and is eager to take bold steps to stop Obama's harmful plans against American prosperity and liberties. His campaign website is To view the announcement video, please go to .

During his first term in office, Rep. Pittenger voted to fund Obamacare, raise the debt ceiling, supported NSA spying, and co-sponsored a bill to fund Obama's Infrastructure Bank. Pittenger also has been criticized for cooperating with lobbyists and the D.C. establishment instead of adhering to the Constitution and the Republican platform.

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