Mitt Romney Making More Endorsements In Iowa

You still think Mitt is going to skip Iowa in 2012?

Mitt Romney is working hard to make a difference in Iowa by making 38 additional endorsements of state and federal candidates in Iowa and has contributed a total of $41,500 to their individual campaign committees.

In making these endorsements, Mitt Romney explains his excitement about the Iowa elections. “The people of Iowa are fortunate to have so many good Republican candidates running for office who will fight against the culture of higher taxes, higher spending, and higher debt, and work to get our economy back on track. By electing candidates like these, we will finally get people back to work and turn our troubled economy around,” said Romney.

Among the endorsed candidates are:

Senator Chuck Grassley:  Senator Chuck Grassley currently serves the people of Iowa in the U.S. Senate and is running for reelection.  For more information about him and his campaign, visit www.grassleyforsenate.com.

Congressman Steve King:  Congressman Steve King currently represents Iowa’s 5th Congressional District and is running for reelection.  For more information about him and his campaign, visit www.kingforcongress.com.

Congressman Tom Latham:  Congressman Tom Latham currently represents the 4th Congressional District of Iowa and is running for reelection.  For more information about him and his campaign, visit www.tomlatham.com.

Ben Lange:  Ben Lange, an attorney, is now running to represent the 1st Congressional District of Iowa.  For more information about him and his campaign, please visit www.langeforcongress.com.

Mariannette Miller-Meeks:  Mariannette Miller-Meeks, a doctor, former small business owner, and retired Army Lt. Colonel, is now running to represent the 2nd Congressional District of Iowa.  For more information about her and her campaign, visit www.millermeeks.com.

State Senator Brad Zaun: Brad Zaun currently serves the people of Iowa in the State Senate and is now running to represent the 3rd Congressional District of Iowa.  For more information about him and his campaign, visit www.bradzaun.com.

Brenna Findley:  Brenna Findley, an attorney and former chief of staff to Congressman Steve King, is now running to serve as Iowa’s next Attorney General.  For more information about her and her campaign, visit www.findleyforiowa.com.

Dave Jamison:  Dave Jamison currently serves as the Story County Treasurer and is now running to serve as Iowa’s State Treasurer.  For more information about him and his campaign, visit www.votejamison.com.

Matt Schultz:  Matt Schultz, an attorney and City Councilman in Council Bluffs, is now running to serve as Iowa’s Secretary of State.  For more information about him and his campaign, visit www.votemattschultz.com.

The Free and Strong America PAC is donating $2,500 each to the Congressional campaigns of King, Latham, Lange, and Miller-Meeks, $1,000 to Findley’s Attorney General campaign, $2,000 to Jamison’s State Treasurer campaign, and $2,000 to Schultz’s Secretary of State campaign.

But that’s not all. Mitt Romney is also making an impact on the Iowa State Senate and State House elections by endorsing and contributing to the following candidates:

As you can see, Mitt Romney is working hard to make sure that Iowa conservative candidates are able to ride the Republican tsunami that will crash onto national and state elections in November.

~ Jared A.

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2 Responses to Mitt Romney Making More Endorsements In Iowa

  1. Depending on who runs this next cycle I think will determine how much Mitt invests in Iowa. He certainly WILL NOT invest what he did last time, not even close, especially if Huckabee is in the race. It would be stupid for Mitt’s team to put so much of an investment into something that will yield very little return. However, it will still help Mitt to have a strong showing in Iowa, so I think he will definitely touch base there to keep his base their producing. On the other hand, Mitt might realize he has NH in the bag (poll numbers suggest NH will choose him) so he might just try taking Iowa as well. However, he WILL win NH, then WY, then Nevada and then Michigan thereby giving him 4 states -including 2 major states- in a row. At that point Iowa will have been forgotten, if he doesn’t win it, and he just might have enough momentum to take SC and I believe he will take Florida pretty easily. I predict that after Mitt wins either SC or Florida all the other candidates will have dropped out of the race to back him, unless Huckabee is running. Lord knows he doesn’t care about screwing over his supporters when it comes to how he uses their money, just to spite Romney.

    However, I am one of those who doesn’t think Huckabee is going to run. I think Mitt will shore up the nomination pretty quick this time. He has hinted on catching the right “wave” and I believe this is, and he knows it is, his wave.

  2. cj says:

    i hope so:)