Conservative Radio Host Lars Larson Endorses Sharron Angle
Sharron Angle's campaign for U.S. Senate to Defeat Harry Reid received a major boost today as national conservative radio talk show host, Lars Larson, endorsed Sharron Angle for U.S. Senate.
Larson's show is heard across Nevada and comes on the heels of a similar endorsement of Angle by fellow conservative radio talk show giant, Mark Levin.
Adding to the support, Angle today received the endorsement of the Repeal ObamaCare PAC.
"Conservatives recognize that Sharron Angle is the best candidate to represent their values, and as such they are lining up behind her campaign in an unprecedented fashion," said Bryan Shroyer, Political Director for the Tea Party Express www.TeaPartyExpress.org
"There is a 12-candidate field for Republicans in this race, and yet the vast majority of conservative endorsements have been won by Angle. She has the momentum and she is on the path towards victory in this race," Shroyer concluded.
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