SUBMITTED BY FRIENDS OF SHARRON ANGLE
Repeal Obamacare PAC (ROCPAC) has endorsed Sharron Angle (R-NV) for United States Senate in Nevada.
“Repeal Obamacare PAC is pleased to announce its endorsement for Sharron Angle,” said ROCPAC Communications Director Vince Casale. “Sharron Angle has demonstrated a commitment to repealing the monstrosity of nationalized healthcare. She recognizes that Washington’s reckless spending spree must stop, because it is jeopardizing America’s economic security and heaping a terrible burden on the shoulders of our children. Sharron Angle deserves the support of American citizens who are tired of Washington’s arrogance and repeated disregard for the American people.”
ROCPAC’s endorsement of Angle followed another key endorsement from the health care industry — the Healthcare Reform Leadership Task Force, a Las Vegas based organization.
“These endorsements join an already broad and diverse coalition of supporters backing Sharron Angle’s campaign, demonstrating her wide appeal to Nevada voters,” said Angle spokesperson Jerry Stacy. “Their overall mission is to replace Harry Reid in November with a principled conservative Nevadans can trust for the next six years.”
Angle has earned over thirty-five major endorsements for the right to take on Reid, more than all other candidates combined. Other endorsements include Gun Owners of America, Citizens United Political Victory Fund, Tea Party Express, Club for Growth, Concerned Women PAC, Conservative Radio Talk Host Mark Levin, RedState Erick Erickson, Declaration Alliance PAC, Phyllis Schlafly Eagle Forum, Nevada Homeschool Network, Family PAC Federal, Republican Majority PAC, Nevada Republican Assembly, National Federation of Republican Assemblies, Veterans in Politics, Western Representation Pac, Change the Congress in 2010, Can-Do Conservatives of America, Life & Liberty PAC, Pat Boone, Minuteman PAC, Nevada Concerned Citizens, Political Victory Fund, Las Vegas Tribune, One Nation PAC, former NV Republican Party Finance Chairman George Harris, and more.
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