Why We Fight
In an election as important as the one we face this year, we believe it is vital to be involved in the races that need to be won. Since last fall, we’ve been on the ground across the country educating voters on where their candidates stand on issues that will promote growth and support the free enterprise system. Our efforts have not gone unnoticed.
A perfect example of the difference we’re making was recently written about our efforts in Maine.
Many in the media had written off the race for the U.S. Senate – declaring former Governor Angus King the clear and obvious winner.
While we know no one knows this state better than the citizens of Maine, we also recognized that King’s record of billion dollar deficits and billions more in spending hurt economic growth and caused uncertainty for Maine small businesses and job creators.
We believe that Mainers deserve to know where their candidates stand on issue that will impact Maine’s future economy.
As the Washington Post’s Marc Thiessen writes:
As Thiessen writes, our efforts have not only tightened the race, they’ve helped spread the word on Angus King’s record of dramatically increasing the size of government — and the size of Maine’s huge “billion-dollar fiscal hole.”
Whether or not you live in Maine — or any of the key Senate states this year — you will be impacted by the outcomes of these campaigns.
The outcomes will determine if we have a Congress that works to defend American Free Enterprise and allows the private sector to lead our economy or if Congress continues to stifle growth with more government.
Now we need you.
We need advocates on the ground who support reining in wasteful spending, higher taxes, suffocating regulations, and will support the principles of our free enterprise system.
We need messengers who will tell their friends, family, and neighbors that Americans deserve leaders in Congress who will fight for policies that advance growth and conditions that allow job creators to expand, invest and most importantly, get America back to work.