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Immigration Hawks: Landing in a Gov’s Office Near You

Quoted - Friday, October 29, 2010

"His career grade with us is an A-plus. He'll do anything that he's allowed to do to push illegal aliens out of the state," says Roy Beck, president of anti-immigration group Numbers USA, who predicts that Georgia is "one of the most likely" states to pass a law similar to Arizona's. Having vowed to enact an immigration crackdown early on in his campaign, Deal has benefited from the anxieties surrounding Georgia's immigrant community, which is one of the fastest growing in the US. He now leads his Democratic challenger, Roy Barnes, by 10 points in the latest polls.

By Suzy Khimm -- MotherJones.com

http://motherjones.com/politics/2010/10/immigration-hawk-governor-tancredo-deal