Evangelical leaders spend $250,000 to back immigration reform
Evangelical leaders are doing more than just praying for immigration reform.
They’re spending a quarter-million dollars to make their point.
On Thursday, the Evangelical Immigration Table launched a massive media buy that includes radio ads and billboards in Florida. They’re hoping the campaign will help sell Republican leaders on legislation that provides a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
“We’re expecting thousands more to stand up and be counted as advocates of immigration reform,” said Dr. Russell Moore, president-elect of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.