Brown For US Senate - SHAHEEN HAS SUPPORTED THE PRO-AMNESTY POLICIES OF OBAMA & OPPOSED EFFORTS TO SECURE THE BORDER

Shaheen Voted For Amnesty

Shaheen Supported The DREAM Act In 2010. (H.R. 5281, Roll Call Vote #278: Cloture Motion Rejected 55-41, 12/18/10, Shaheen Voted Yea)

Shaheen Voted Against A Border Fence Twice
In 2009, Shaheen Voted Against An Amendment To The Homeland Security Appropriations Bill That Required A Fence To Be Built Along The U.S.-Mexican Border To Be Completed By December 31, 2010.  (S. Amdt. 1399 To S. Amdt. 1373 To H.R. 2892, Roll Call Vote #220: Adopted 54-44, 7/8/09, Shaheen Voted Nay)
 
In 2013, Shaheen Voted Against An Amendment That Would Have Required A 700 Mile Fence To Be Completed Along the U.S.-Mexican Border.  (S.Amdt. 1197 To S. 744, Roll Call #151: Amendment Rejected 39-54-7, 6/18/13, Shaheen Voted Nay)
 
Shaheen Voted Against Sending National Guard Troops To Protect The Border
“An amendment provide for National Guard support to secure the southern land border of the United States.” (S.Amndt. 4124 to H.R. 4899, Roll Call Vote #165. Cloture Motion Rejected: 51-46, 5/27/10, Shaheen Voted Nay)

Scott Brown Opposes Amnesty
Brown Voted Against The DREAM ACT, Calling It "Back-Door Amnesty." "The DREAM Act, I don't support it. It's a form of back-door amnesty. We need to improve our legal immigration system."(Doug Moser, “Brown, Warren Stake Out Stands In Second Debate,” Gloucester Daily Times, 10/3/12) 
 
 Brown Supports A Border Fence
Brown Supports A Border Fence. “On the topic of a border fence, which Brown supports, Warren believes it is time to move past a fence and work toward implementing other solutions.” (Robert Rizzuto, "Immigration reform creeps into the spotlight in the Massachusetts Senate race," The Springfield Republican, 4/8/12)
 
Brown Voted To Send National Guard Troops To Border
 “An amendment provide for National Guard support to secure the southern land border of the United States.” (S.Amndt. 4124 to H.R. 4899, Roll Call Vote #165. Cloture Motion Rejected: 51-46, 5/27/10, Brown Voted Yea)