There is no congressional primary in America that better demonstrates the differences between the old bull big-spending Republican establishment and the new tea party backed revolution than the Republican Primary in Florida’s 7th District between freshman Sandy Adams and 20-year incumbent John Mica, chairman of the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee.
In a time when our country needs it most, we have a leader who is willing to stand up to Washington as usual. Sandy Adams is a true conservative. She is one who fights for smaller government, stands up for all Americans, protects taxpayers’ money, and is not swayed by special interests.
John Mica is the poster child for everything that went wrong with Republicans in Washington. In his two decades in Congress, he’s requested $4 billion in earmarks (including a $13 million earmark to his daughter’s client) and taken taxpayer-funded international junkets to over 100 cities at a cost of $4 million.
With just 7 days left before the Primary Election, we need your help to keep our television ad running so that we can get our conservative message out to the voters.
Today is the day for our 27-hour MONEY BOMB. Please donate $10, $15, $25, $100, $250 or whatever you can today!
Help us reach our goal of raising $27,000 online in 27 hours by 12 noon on August 9. Help us keep our television ad running so that we can win on August 14.
Sandy has been endorsed by Gov. Sarah Palin, Congressman Allen West, America’s Toughest Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and just announced the endorsement of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. But, it is only with your help that we can be successful on August 14.
Your donation in any amount can help elect a true conservative who will fight for you. And it will put an end to the decades of spending that has been coming out of our opponent for the last 20 years.
Please send this to your friends, family, neighbors and co-workers and help us reach our goal today.
The Sandy Adams for Congress Campaign Team
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