Published: January 07, 2010
Tea Party Express Endorses Scott Brown for U.S. Senate - Massachusetts
The Tea Party Express is announcing today our endorsement of
Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, Scott
Brown has recently surged in the polls, and on Tuesday was
within 9-points of his Democratic opponent, Attorney General
"Scott Brown has stood for the principles of smaller government
and lower taxes, and we are honored to support him," said Sal
Russo, Chief Strategist of the Tea Party Express.
The Tea Party Express will run TV ads supporting Brown's
candidacy leading up to the January 19th Special Election.
"Since Scott Brown is an opponent of the Democrat's abysmal
healthcare mess, if he wins the Democrat's plan hits a roadblock
in the Senate, where they would be 1-vote short of the 60 they
need," Russo said.
The Tea Party Express will launch its ad campaign supporting
Brown early next week.
For press inquiries on the Tea Party Express please contact Levi
Russell at (509) 979-6615 or Levi@FrontLineStrat.com
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