Congressman Aaron Schock, from the Prairie State, likes Mitt Romney’s “conservative solutions” to end deficit spending and get Americans back to work. As a result, Schlock has endorsed Governor Romney:
Boston, MA – Mitt Romney [has] announced the support of Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock.
“In order to improve our financial standing, we must get spending under control,” said Mitt Romney. “Congressman Schock has been a leader in the fight to reduce government spending. I am proud to have his endorsement and look forward to working with him to reduce our burdensome debt.”
Announcing his support, Congressman Schock said, “Mitt Romney has a record of cutting spending and keeping taxes low that needs to be replicated in Washington. Under President Obama, our national debt has skyrocketed and our prized AAA credit rating has been lost. Mitt Romney has the conservative solutions needed to get Washington off its spending addiction and focused on creating jobs.”
Background On Congressman Aaron Schock:
Congressman Aaron Schock Was Elected To The U.S. House In 2008 And Serves The 18th District Of Illinois. In Congress, he serves on the Ways and Means Committee. Prior to his election, Congressman Schock was a member of the Illinois Legislature and the PeoriaSchool Board. Congressman Schock is the youngest member of the U.S. House Of Representatives.
Romney continues to organize in Kentucky:
Boston, MA – Mitt Romney today announced his Kentucky State Finance Chairs, Joe Craft and Kelly Knight.
“I am proud to announce my Kentucky State Finance Chairs,” said Mitt Romney. “Kelly and Joe’s help will be essential in securing the resources necessary to defeat President Obama in 2012. Kentucky has been hit hard by President Obama’s failed economic leadership. Voters there and across the country are looking for a president who will not only bring back jobs and restore economic growth but also get serious about energy independence and take advantage of our country’s coal resources, which is especially important in Kentucky. Kelly and Joe’s support will be essential to spreading my message to turn around our struggling economy.”
Background on Kentucky State Finance Chairs:
Kelly Knight served as the United States Public Delegate for the opening of the United Nations General Assembly and was appointed by President George W. Bush to that post in 2007. Currently, she is the Chairman of a strategic management firm. An active member of her community, Knight serves on the Board of The Salvation Army of Lexington.
Joe Craft is president, chief executive officer, and a director of Alliance Resource Partners, the fourth largest coal producer in the eastern United States. He also serves as president, chief executive officer, and Chairman of the Board of Alliance Holdings GP. Craft is a director for Bank of Oklahoma and Tulsa Community Foundation.
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