FreedomWorks Gear Up For Conservative Victory in Utah, Sets Tone for Election Season 2010
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SALT LAKE CITY--(Business Wire)-- FreedomWorks PAC joined grassroots activists this weekend at the Salt Palace Convention Center to support Mike Lee`s candidacy for Senator. Mike Lee and Tim Bridgewater will now face a June 22nd primary after defeating 18 year incumbent Bob Bennett. For the first time since 1940, an incumbent Senator has lost the Utah Primary, and FreedomWorks is proud to have helped create an environment that encourages conservative victory. In the weeks leading up to the convention, countless volunteer activists took to the streets for the FreedomWorks PAC`s Get Out The Vote (GOTV) project, which included door-to-door literature drops, yard sign distribution and direct phone calls to over 60% of Utah Republican delegates. FreedomWorks PAC President Matt Kibbe remarked, "FreedomWorks PAC holds the philosophy that government goes to those who show up. Utah conservatives are working hard to establish a presence in their communities and to make their voices heard. This is already a victory for conservatives, and we hope that Mike Lee comes out on top." Mike Lee is a passionate defender of small government conservative values, and is a signer of the grassroots-generated Contract FROM America. Lee has publicly called for fundamental tax reform through a flat tax, less government regulation, and an end to the runaway deficit spending that continues to plague our country. 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://pac.freedomworks.org/ or contact FreedomWorks PAC Managing Director Rob Jordan at (202) 942-7624. FreedomWorks PAC Rob Jordan, 202-942-7624 Managing Director Copyright Business Wire 2010
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