Election Results Show Push Back Against Amnesty Votes

By Bryan Griffith on November 5, 2014

Immigration policy played a major role in debates, polls, and news leading up to the 2014 mid-term elections. Below is a run down of immigration-related election results.

Oregon

  • Ballot Measure 88 subjected Senate Bill 833, which gave illegal immigrants access to drivers licenses, to the popular vote and failed by a two-to-one margin, 66.7% to 33.3%.

Arkansas

Louisiana

North Carolina

Alaska

New Hampshire

Colorado

Virginia

  • Candidate David Brat (R), who unseated House Majority Leader and amnesty supporter Rep. Eric Cantor in the primary, bests his Democratic rival, Jack Trammell, in the general election by 62% to 38%.

Kansas

  • Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R), who has been under continual attack due to his work on immigration enforcement, won his race against Democrat Jean Kurtis Schodorf by a margin of 59% to 41%.