The Republicans avoided a super majority in the Senate on Tuesday with news that Senator Saxby Chambliss has won his re-election bid. Chambliss won just 49% of the vote during the November general election, forcing a runoff between him and the Democratic candidate Jim Martin.
Chambliss has a strong immigration record with NumbersUSA. During the 110th Congress, he voted against the DREAM Act and co-sposored the SAVE Act. He also voted to increase border control and interior enforcement and voted against an increase to chain migration.
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Updated: Wed, Dec 3rd 2008 @ 10:05am EST