In a recent post titled Do Americans really think Congress should establish English as the national language? Red Alert posed several questions about the value of Congress establishing English as the United State’s official language. The questions were raised after a new Rasmussen poll revealed that support for “comprehensive immigration reform” increases among Republicans and decreases among Democrats if a provision is included to make English the official language.
Suzanne Bibby currently serves as the Director of Government Relations for ProEnglish.org, a national grassroots English language advocacy organization founded in 1994. Suzanne graduated from Boston University in 2005 with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Biology. Previously, Suzanne served as Legislative Director of Phyllis Schlafly's Eagle Forum in Washington, DC. During her college years, she interned in the press office of former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. As the Director of Government Relations, Suzanne oversees all of the public policy action on issues related to the English language on the federal, state, and local level. Suzanne is a native of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, a suburb just outside of Philadelphia and she currently resides in Arlington, VA.