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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Rookie Delegates Endorse George Allen

This comes from the Allen for Senate campaign:
Newly Elected Virginia Legislators Endorse George Allen for U.S. Senate

Henrico, VA –Today, newly elected Members of the Virginia State Senate and House of Delegates from throughout the Commonwealth announced their support for George Allen for U.S. Senate, citing his Virginia values, fiscal responsibility and successful track record of implementing pro-growth policies that helped to create hundreds of thousands of new jobs.

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Delegate-Elect Chris Head, Roanoke
"I have been a fan of George Allen and his Jeffersonian style of conservative leadership for years. I cheered as he held the line on spending cuts in state agencies, and brought about incredible and much needed policy reforms while he was Governor, and he served us with distinction as Senator. I am proud to give my support to his campaign and look forward to returning him to Washington!"

Delegate-Elect Nick Rush, Christiansburg
“George Allen knows how to empower entrepreneurs and small businesses to help create jobs and grow the economy. His time as Governor was known for job creation and economic prosperity, and his pro-growth policies helped to create over 300,000 net new private sector jobs during his tenure. George Allen has the right ideas and positive solutions to reinvigorate our economy and stop the reckless spending and out-of-control growth of government in Washington. In these difficult times, Virginia needs a strong, proven leader we can trust. I am proud to stand with George Allen and give him my full endorsement.”

Delegate-Elect Joseph Yost, Blacksburg
“George Allen is a proven leader. He has the courage, integrity, and character we need in Washington. As our Senator, George Allen will fight for our families, faith, and freedom. He will work hard to bring jobs to Virginia, stimulate our economy and keep taxes low."
Jobs. Jobs. Jobs.