Juarez & Relations

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32 thoughts on “Juarez & Relations

  1. Illegal immigration is always a hot pressed issue in El Paso, considering it is a border town. The influx of immigrants especially from Juarez need to be curbed; how do you plan to tackle this issue?

    • Illegal immigration is always a hot pressed issue in El Paso, considering it is a border town. The influx of immigrants especially from Juarez need to be curbed; how do you plan to tackle this issue?

  2. Being the largest border community in the world, illegal immigrants are a constant issue, any thoughts on containing or eliminating the problem?

  3. Given that Juarez and El Paso have increased and improved relations socially, politically and economically, how would this impact the border situation, especially when crossing from one country to another? How can the ports become more efficient to speed up the entering to the U.S.?

  4. With regard to controlling illegal immigration, and the millions currently living in the US illegally, what control scenario, if any, do you support?

  5. Seeing that El Paso is the largest border city in the world and Juarez is a major economic partner, how would you improve of maintain healthy relationships with Juarez politicians?

  6. I feel as though our past mayors have not made any significant strides to help the city of Juarez, what are your plans to help our sister city?

  7. “How do you plan to prevent the violence from Juarez from spilling over into El Paso, and if it does what is your plan from containing the violence?”

  8. How will the immigration system be modified in order to lessen the amount of illegal immigrants who cross the border being El Paso and Juarez?

  9. With Las Cruces being the biggest city within hundreds of miles, what are your plans on relationship between the two cities?

  10. How will you help prevent pollution from being a issue when our neighboring city burns trash and tires along the U.S. Mexican border

  11. What would you do to protect our borders from illegal citizens? or from people that brake the law to get in our country.

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