(Politico)- National Democrats have charged that a House candidate endorsed by a controversial anti-immigration group has Nazi ties but six other congressional Democrats also have the groups endorsement, and at least one has enthusiastically embraced its support. The group, Americans for Legal Immigration, or ALIPAC, supports candidates and incumbents who oppose creating a path to citizenship for the thousands of undocumented immigrants in the United States. The Anti-Defamation League has criticized ALIPAC for what it says is support from white supremacist and racist groups. Another [National Republican Congressional Committee] Young Gun candidate, another Nazi tie it should come as no surprise, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee spokesman Andy Stone said in a statement Monday. He said the group was on the racist fringe and that it was backed by anti-Semites and white supremacists. The DCCC statement was aimed at Arizona congressional candidate Jesse Kelly, the Republican who is challenging Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in the states 8th District. Kelly signed a pledge saying he would advocate for ALIPACs agenda in Congress. But six Democrats: Reps. Joe Donnelly of Indiana, Gene Taylor of Mississippi, Pete DeFazio of Oregon, Mike McIntyre of North Carolina and Jim Marshall and John Barrow of Georgia, all have the groups endorsement. Including Kelly, ALIPAC has endorsed 179 Republicans. But at least one, McIntyre, has touted the groups endorsement. Congressman McIntyre has received major endorsements from prominent conservative-leaning organizations including the National Rifle Association; the National Federation for Independent Business, the nations largest voice for small business; National Right to Life; and ALIPAC, an organization fighting illegal immigration, his campaign wrote in a Sept. 13 post on his website trumpeting Republican support for his reelection.