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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Gregg Phillips
With voter-ID laws and other reforms taking center stage, a conservative group said Wednesday it is launching a new super PAC to fund state secretary of state candidates willing to go toe-to-toe with Democrats and defend more rigorous voter roll rules and stiffer election requirements.
"The bottom line — backbone. These guys and ladies have to have a very strong backbone," Mr. Phillips said, promising to defend those who have pushed for the tighter laws.
"Get in the game. We were literally asleep at the wheel," said Gregg Phillips, head of the PAC. "There hasn't been a real effort on our side to support these folks."