FreedomWorks PAC Endorses Austin Scott

From a press release:

Washington, DC- Today, FreedomWorks PAC officially endorsed Austin Scott in the Georgia District 8 Congressional race as the clear choice for limited government voters in that state.

FreedomWorks PAC believes that Austin Scott’s promises to protect the Constitution and fight on behalf of taxpayers against runaway government spending and the continuous erosion of our fundamental freedoms will propel him to victory in the November 2nd general election.

Scott will be an important vote in the next Congress on behalf of core limited government issues. And his leadership in combating the big government agenda of the liberal establishment will be critical to FreedomWorks’ overarching mission to “Take America Back” on behalf of freedom starting on November 3, 2010.

FreedomWorks PAC is supporting endorsed candidates through Get Out The Vote (GOTV) efforts, including direct mailings, yard sign distribution, volunteer phone banks and neighborhood literature drops leading up to election day.

“We are pleased to add Austin Scott to our list of endorsed candidates this election season,” commented Matt Kibbe, President of FreedomWorks PAC. “After evaluating the candidates in this race, we believe that Austin Scott will best serve the interests of hardworking Georgia taxpayers by advocating the principles of lower taxes, less government and more individual freedom.”

For more information about this race and others that FreedomWorks PAC will be targeting in 2010 as part of the Take America Back campaign, please visit the PAC website, http://FreedomWorksPAC.org/ or contact FreedomWorks PAC Managing Director Rob Jordan at (202) 942-7624.

4 comments

  1. Steve says:

    We’re up to two-a-day now?

    I’d like to retract a couple dozen comments I’ve directed toward the Deal crowd in the past.

  2. GaConservative23 says:

    If Scott blows this like Handel did, we might have to put some PP posters on suicide watch.

    That being said, I hope he wins.

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