It’s often hard to gauge exactly where these people stand on the issues. It’s even harder to predict what they would do if they ever assumed office.
But one has to start somewhere. Thus, NumbersUSA has a complex set of criteria with which to evaluate each candidate, giving each candidate a letter grade, as in school, an evaluation of how good or bad the candidate presumably is on immigration.
The current evaluation isn’t too encouraging. There’s only one candidate with an A (Rick Santorum, mentioned earlier today) and the second-highest grade is a B-. It falls off from there.
Here are the results:
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Numbers USA also has a congressional evaluation system, click here for that.