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Friday, December 2, 2022

Immigration, election reform top agenda for Villagers For Trump rally

Jonathan Hanen

An official from the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) will headline the Villagers For Trump rally on Thursday, Feb. 7 at Rohan Recreation Center.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for the event, which begins 30 minutes later and will feature Jonathan Hanen from FAIR’s Washington D.C. office. He will discuss immigration reform issues nationally and especially those in Florida, the current status of Congressional legislation on illegal immigration, and grassroots strategies for cooperation between federal immigration authorities and local law enforcement. Hanen develops grassroots activist support and educates the media and the public on immigration issues.

The second portion of the program will address election reform and feature supervisors of elections from Sumter (Bill Keen), Lake (D. Alan Hays) and Marion (Wesley Wilcox) counties. They will review Midterm Election results and share their plans for election reform to result in an honest electoral process. They also will discuss efforts to make sure that only registered and legal voters have their preferences counted.

A panel discussion with a question-and-answer session will follow featuring all four speakers. There is no charge to attend the rally and it is open to the public.

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