Radio Ads Continue 'Largest Ever' Immigration Reform Effort by Evangelicals

(UPDATED) Local pastors in 14 states recruited for $400,000 campaign by Evangelical Immigration Table.

Update (Aug. 21): Local pastors will tape radio ads in 56 congressional districts in 14 states, part of the Evangelical Immigration Table's latest and biggest push for comprehensive immigration reform.

According to the Washington Post:

The ads, featuring local pastors, will be broadcast primarily on Christian radio stations over the next two weeks at a cost of $400,000, organizers said.

They will air in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and Wisconsin.

CT noted the EIT's continued efforts (and President Obama's response) in advance of a sweeping reform bill passing the Senate in June, as well as the leading role played in the EIT by World Relief's Jenny Yang.


Update (Jan. 28): A bipartisan group of senators released a proposal for comprehensive immigration reform today, in advance of President Obama releasing his own plan tomorrow.

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