Thursday, September 28, 2006
Club for Growth endorses four more candidates
From CNN's Alex Mooney
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Four Republican congressional candidates today scored an endorsement from the political action committee of the influential Club for Growth, a conservative economic-policy advocacy group, for their strong stances on cutting taxes and supporting free market economic policies.
"The four candidates have superb records and will vote to keep our economy strong and job creation going," Pat Toomey, President of the Club for Growth, said in a statement.
The chosen candidates are Rep. Steve Chabot of Ohio, Ralph Norman of South Carolina, David McSweeney of Illinois, and Michelle Bachman of Minnesota.
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