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Rick Barber Signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge in Alabama Congressional Contest


Posted by Amir Iljazi on Friday, February 12th, 2010, 2:27 PM PERMALINK


Alabama businessman Rick Barber has recently signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge in his 2010 bid for Alabama’s 2nd Congressional District seat. AL-02 becomes yet another district where there are multiple pledge signers vying for the seat.

Barber, a successful small business owner and active member of the Tea Party Movement, is running against freshman Democrat Bobby Bright, who won the open seat vacated by former Pledge signer Terry Everett by less than a percentage point. Rick Barber joins Martha Roby as the second pledge signer in the June 1st Primary. The Cook Political Report rates the race as “toss up” and their PVI index stands at an R+16, giving the winner of the GOP Primary a good chance to defeat Congressman Bright, non-pledge signer.

In signing the pledge, Rick Barber has made clear to the taxpayers in Alabama that he is committed to fighting against outrageous tax hikes and massive increases in spending that have shouldered a massive burden upon the taxpayers in Alabama’s 2nd Congressional district. ATR encourages all candidates seeking Federal office in this year’s midterms to make the same commitment to taxpayers all across the country.

The official statement from ATR on Rick Barber can be read below.

Rick Barber (R-Ala.) signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge
Congressional candidate promises to protect taxpayers’ wallets
 
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rick Barber, a Republican running in Alabama’s 2nd Congressional district, recently signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge sponsored by Americans for Tax Reform (ATR). The Pledge commits signers to “oppose any and all efforts to increase the marginal income tax rates for individuals and/or businesses … and oppose any net reduction or elimination of deductions and credits, unless matched dollar for dollar by further reducing tax rates.”
 
ATR has offered the Pledge to all candidates for federal office since 1987. To date, 34 U.S. senators and 172 members of the U.S. House of Representatives have signed the Pledge. Additionally, seven Governors and over 1,100 state legislators have signed the Pledge.
 
“After the passage of the so-called “Stimulus Package,” better known as the Pelosi-Obama-Reid Spending Give-Away, Americans are desperately searching for candidates and politicians that will protect their livelihoods and put their wallets ahead of the federal government’s coffers,” said Grover Norquist, president of ATR.
 
“By signing the Pledge, Rick Barber demonstrates that he understands the problems of hard-working taxpayers nationwide, but especially the taxpayers in Alabama’s 2nd Congressional district.”
 
“I challenge all candidates for federal office to make the same commitment to taxpayers by signing the Taxpayer Protection Pledge today,” Norquist continued.

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Health Care, and Education Highlight This Week's Bloggers Briefing


Posted by Amir Iljazi on Wednesday, February 10th, 2010, 2:23 PM PERMALINK


This week’s Bloggers Briefing, hosted by The Heritage Foundation, featured a number of speakers looking at some of the current issues that the Obama Administration is looking to tackle in the next several weeks, including Health Care Reform and Education.

The first guest was Bob Graboyes, who is the senior health care adviser at the National Federation of Independent Business. The NFIB has been very involved in the ongoing debate about how to reform the American Health Care system, and Mr. Graboyes had much to say about what may be ahead as the Congress tries to complete work on HCR.
 
Mr. Graboyes stressed the need for focusing on small business when looking at how to fix Health Care: the “easiest fixes for this” are “market-based approaches” said Graboyes. The other theme of Mr. Graboyes discussion centered around the need for real ideas, and that everyone must work together to solve the issue of Health Care reform. That being said, he also voiced his angst towards the legislation currently on the table.
 
Heritage's Lindsey Burke discussed President Obama's Budget, specifically the education portion and some of the concerns that the Heritage Foundation has with where the spending is targeted; and not targeted for that matter.
 
Burke talked about the increases in the education budget this year and how regardless of the money that has been spent in certain areas, there is “no significant impact on academic achievement.” The statistic that she emphasized was that the U.S. spends $10,000/pupil annually, yet the corresponding gains are not seen in terms of the output.
 
Burke also talked about some of the Heritage Foundations most important points about why they feel the Obama Budget doesn’t help kids in America’s schools:
  • Education budget values public sector work over private sector work
  • Education budget does nothing to deal with the problem of college affordability.
  • HHS study that shows “no significant impact” for students who were in the Federal Head Start program, yet there is a $1billion increase in the HHS budget.
The final speaker was Dr. Richard Brake, Director of University Stewardship at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, was on hand to discuss ISI’s American Civil Literacy Program.
 
Brake talked about the gap in what college students are learning with respect to subjects like American History and Economics, to name a few. The ISI looked at what exactly a college education is giving students in terms of how they are taught the basic subjects. The study also asked college students, what are they learning? Brake gave some insight into what the study found, “if you’re more Civically literate, you actually have a greater respect for America’s institutions.”
 
The education issues dominated the briefing this week, and it was really eye-opening to look at not only what the Obama Budget would be focused on in terms of education spending, but also what the outcomes of the all the money being spent has, or has not been over time.

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Arizona Congressional Candidate Eric Wnuck Signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge


Posted by Amir Iljazi on Thursday, February 4th, 2010, 1:26 PM PERMALINK


Arizona Entrepreneur Eric Wnuck recently signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge in his race for Arizona’s 5th Congressional district.

Wnuck is competing in the GOP Primary to face Democratic incumbent, Harry Mitchell. The seat is rated by Cook Political Report as R+5 on their PVI index, Congressman J.D. Hayworth previously held the seat for more than a decade prior to Mitchell’s win in 2006. Arizona’s 5th Congressional district is just one of a slew of seats where multiple pledge signing challengers are taking on non-pledge signing incumbents in toss-up districts.
                                                         
Wnuck, with his signing of the pledge, has made a promise to the taxpayers in the 5th Congressional District in Arizona that he will oppose massive tax increases by a Congress looking to tax-and-spend any which way they can. ATR encourages all candidates seeking Federal office to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge and make the same commitment to taxpayers in Arizona, and all across the country.
 
Here’s ATR’s official statement on Eric Wnuck signing the Pledge:
 
Eric Wnuck (R-Ariz.) Signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge
Congressional candidate promises to protect taxpayers’ wallets
 
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Eric Wnuck, a Republican running in Arizona’s 5th Congressional district, recently signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge sponsored by Americans for Tax Reform (ATR). The Pledge commits signers to “oppose any and all efforts to increase the marginal income tax rates for individuals and/or businesses … and oppose any net reduction or elimination of deductions and credits, unless matched dollar for dollar by further reducing tax rates.”
 
ATR has offered the Pledge to all candidates for federal office since 1987. To date, 33 U.S. senators and 172 members of the U.S. House of Representatives have signed the Pledge. Additionally, seven Governors and over 1,100 state legislators have signed the Pledge.
 
“After the passage of the so-called “Stimulus Package,” better known as the Pelosi-Obama-Reid Spending Give-Away, Americans are desperately searching for candidates and politicians that will protect their livelihoods and put their wallets ahead of the federal government’s coffers,” said Grover Norquist, president of ATR.
 
“By signing the Pledge, Eric Wnuck demonstrates that he understands the problems of hard-working taxpayers nationwide, but especially the taxpayers in Arizona’s 5th Congressional district.”
 
“I challenge all candidates for federal office to make the same commitment to taxpayers by signing the Taxpayer Protection Pledge today,” Norquist continued.
 
Copies of the Pledge are available at www.atr.org or by calling (202) 785-0266.
 
 
 
To see ATR’s official statement on Eric Wnuck, click here

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Jim Ward Signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge in Arizona Congressional Race


Posted by Amir Iljazi on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010, 9:01 AM PERMALINK


Businessman Jim Ward became the first candidate to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge in his 2010 bid to represent Arizona’s 5th Congressional district.

Ward is a GOP Primary candidate looking to take on incumbent, Harry Mitchell, who was elected in 2006 after defeating J.D. Hayworth. The seat is rated by Cook Political Report as R+5 on their PVI index, and Hayworth had held the seat for more than a decade prior to Mitchell’s win. Arizona’s 5th Congressional district is just one of a slew of seats where pledge signing challengers are taking on non-pledge signing incumbents from vulnerable districts.
                                                         
Ward, the first pledge signer in the race, has made a commitment to the taxpayers in the 5th Congressional District in Arizona that he will fight to stop massive tax increases imposed by a reckless Congress. We here at ATR encourage all candidates seeking Federal office to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge and let the taxpayers in this country know that they stand with them; against higher taxes, higher spending, and higher deficits.
 
Here’s ATR’s official statement on Jim Ward signing the Pledge:
 
Jim Ward(R-Ariz.) signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge
Congressional candidate promises to protect taxpayers’ wallets
 
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Jim Ward, a Republican running in Arizona’s 5th Congressional district, recently signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge sponsored by Americans for Tax Reform (ATR). The Pledge commits signers to “oppose any and all efforts to increase the marginal income tax rates for individuals and/or businesses … and oppose any net reduction or elimination of deductions and credits, unless matched dollar for dollar by further reducing tax rates.”
 
ATR has offered the Pledge to all candidates for federal office since 1987. To date, 33 U.S. senators and 172 members of the U.S. House of Representatives have signed the Pledge. Additionally, seven Governors and over 1,100 state legislators have signed the Pledge.
 
“After the passage of the so-called “Stimulus Package,” better known as the Pelosi-Obama-Reid Spending Give-Away, Americans are desperately searching for candidates and politicians that will protect their livelihoods and put their wallets ahead of the federal government’s coffers,” said Grover Norquist, president of ATR.
 
“By signing the Pledge, Jim Ward demonstrates that he understands the problems of hard-working taxpayers nationwide, but especially the taxpayers in Arizona’s 5th Congressional district.”
 
“I challenge all candidates for federal office to make the same commitment to taxpayers by signing the Taxpayer Protection Pledge today,” Norquist continued.
 
Copies of the Pledge are available at www.atr.org or by calling (202) 785-0266.
 
 
 
To see ATR’s official statement on Jim Ward, click here

 

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Beth Coulson Signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge in 2010 Illinois House Race


Posted by Amir Iljazi on Thursday, January 28th, 2010, 12:52 PM PERMALINK


State Representative Elizabeth Coulson, who is running for congress in Illinois’ 10th Congressional District, has signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge.

Coulson is running in the GOP Primary to replace current Congressman, and Pledge Signer Mark Kirk, who is running for President Obama’s Senate seat. Although Cook Political Report classifies the seat as a D+6 on the PVI index, Kirk had held the seat since being elected in 2000; making it a “toss up” according to their view.
                                                         
By signing the pledge, Mrs. Coulson has made a commitment to the taxpayers in Illinois that she will fight to stop tax hikes imposed by the Congress. We here at ATR encourage all candidates for Federal office to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge and let the taxpayers in this country know that they stand with them; against higher taxes, higher spending and higher deficits.
 
To see ATR’s official statement on Beth Coulson, read below
 
Elizabeth Coulson (R-Ill.) signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge
Congressional candidate promises to protect taxpayers’ wallets
 
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Elizabeth Coulson, a Republican running for Illinois’ 10th Congressional District recently signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge sponsored by Americans for Tax Reform (ATR). The Pledge commits signers to “oppose any and all efforts to increase the marginal income tax rates for individuals and/or businesses … and oppose any net reduction or elimination of deductions and credits, unless matched dollar for dollar by further reducing tax rates.”
 
ATR has offered the Pledge to all candidates for federal office since 1987. To date, 33 U.S. senators and 172 members of the U.S. House of Representatives have signed the Pledge. Additionally, seven Governors and over 1,100 state legislators have signed the Pledge.
 
“After the passage of the so-called “Stimulus Package,” better known as the Pelosi-Obama-Reid Spending Give-Away, Americans are desperately searching for candidates and politicians that will protect their livelihoods and put their wallets ahead of the federal government’s coffers,” said Grover Norquist, president of ATR.
 
“By signing the Pledge, Elizabeth Coulson demonstrates that she understands the problems of hard-working taxpayers nationwide, but especially the taxpayers in Illinois.”
 
“I challenge all candidates for federal office to make the same commitment to taxpayers by signing the Taxpayer Protection Pledge today,” Norquist continued.
 

Copies of the Pledge are available at www.atr.org or by calling (202) 785-0266.

 

For the PDF version of the official ATR release, click here.

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Pat Herrity Signs Taxpayer Protection Pledge in VA-11 Race


Posted by Amir Iljazi on Tuesday, January 26th, 2010, 10:14 AM PERMALINK


Virginia businessman Pat Herrity recently signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge in his race for Virginia’s 11th Congressional district. Herrity becomes the second challenger in the GOP Primary to sign the pledge.

Herrity will compete in the June Primary for the chance to take on freshman Democratic incumbent Congressman Gerry Connolly. Connolly has only been in the congress for one term, but has already cast crucial votes which have been detrimental for taxpayers; including the stimulus, cap-and-trade, and most recently health care. The district had been long held by Republicans, and the Primary winner should give Connolly a competitive race in the fall midterm elections.

ATR will continue to reach out to candidates in Virginia, and all across the country to urge individuals running for office to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge.

ATR's official statement on Pat Herrity signing the pledge can be read below:

Pat Herrity(R-Va.) Signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge

Congressional candidate promises to protect taxpayers’ wallets

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Pat Herrity, a Republican running in 11th Congressional District in Virginia, recently signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge sponsored by Americans for Tax Reform (ATR). The Pledge commits signers to “oppose any and all efforts to increase the marginal income tax rates for individuals and/or businesses … and oppose any net reduction or elimination of deductions and credits, unless matched dollar for dollar by further reducing tax rates.”

ATR has offered the Pledge to all candidates for federal office since 1987. To date, 34 U.S. senators and 173 members of the U.S. House of Representatives have signed the Pledge. Additionally, seven Governors and over 1,100 state legislators have signed the Pledge.

“After the passage of the so-called “Stimulus Package,” better known as the Pelosi-Obama-Reid Spending Give-Away, Americans are desperately searching for candidates and politicians that will protect their livelihoods and put their wallets ahead of the federal government’s coffers,” said Grover Norquist, president of ATR.

“By signing the Pledge, Pat Herritydemonstrates that he understands the problems of hard-working taxpayers nationwide, but especially the taxpayers of Virginia 11th district.”

“I challenge all candidates for federal office to make the same commitment to taxpayers by signing the Taxpayer Protection Pledge today,” Norquist continued.

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Stern, Death Tax, and Phillips Foundation Highlight Blogger Briefing at Heritage


Posted by Amir Iljazi on Wednesday, January 13th, 2010, 3:06 PM PERMALINK


The Bloggers’ Briefing, hosted by the Heritage Foundation, covered a variety of topics this week which are not getting the deserved press coverage from a media that has been focused on other outrageous things that the Pelosi-Obama-Reid leadership circle have been busying their hands with over the last few weeks (taking over the Energy sector, the Health Care system, and the Financial industry).

Brian Johnson, who runs the ATR affiliate Alliance for Worker Freedom, spoke at the briefing about the ongoing mystery surrounding SEIU Boss Andy Stern and his numerous visits to the White House over the first year of the Obama presidency. Stern has been very coy about exactly what he was doing at the White House in his visitor-log documented 22 trips to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue over the first seven months of 2009. Stern recently commented on CNN and committed that he would be writing to Brian Johnson and ATR President Grover Norquist to specifically answer the questions about his visits to the White House and whether or not they violated the Lobbying Disclosure Act… we’re still waiting for Stern to make good on his pledge.
 
The Bloggers’ Briefing also featured a few short videos that Heritage Foundation will feature in their series on the Death Tax entitled “The Death Tax: Burden on American Business” highlighting the true cost that the Death Tax has on families all across the country that own businesses and provide employment opportunities to their community and financial stability to their communities. Though the videos are only a few minutes long, their message is clear, and powerful.
 
Finally, the Bloggers’ Briefing began with a short discussion about The Phillips Foundation Journalism Fellowship Program, and how new applicants are welcomed for 2010. The program, which began more than 15 years ago, is dedicated to advancing objective journalism by giving bright minds the chance to excel in an area of focus in journalistic studies that they feel best suits their future goals. The fellowships are full-time, and part-time; and some of today’s most influential names are Phillips Foundation Journalism Fellows, including Stephen Hayes and Tim Carney.

Here's a video featuring highlights from the briefing:

 

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Illinois candidate Chris Geissler Signs Taxpayer Protection Pledge


Posted by Amir Iljazi on Tuesday, January 5th, 2010, 10:05 AM PERMALINK


Chris Geissler recently is the latest candidate in Illinois’ 8th Congressional District to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge, bringing the total to four signers in the race.

Geissler is running in the GOP primary for the opportunity to take on Democratic incumbent Melissa Bean. Cook Political Report ranks the district as an R+1 on the Partisan Voter Index (PVI). Bean was elected in 2004, and during her time as a Congresswoman she has compiled a 34.6% lifetime record from ATR; certainly no champion of the taxpayer.
 
As a pledge signer, Mr. Geissler has made a commitment to the voters in Illinois that he will fight for lower taxes. Congresswoman Bean is not a pledge signer, we here at ATR encourage all candidates in the Illinois-08 contest to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. The full press release from ATR is directly below.
 
Chris Geissler (R-Ill.) signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge
Congressional candidate promises to protect taxpayers’ wallets
 
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Chris Geissler, a Republican running in 8th Congressional District in Illinois, recently signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge sponsored by Americans for Tax Reform (ATR). The Pledge commits signers to “oppose any and all efforts to increase the marginal income tax rates for individuals and/or businesses … and oppose any net reduction or elimination of deductions and credits, unless matched dollar for dollar by further reducing tax rates.”
 
ATR has offered the Pledge to all candidates for federal office since 1987. To date, 33 U.S. senators and 172 members of the U.S. House of Representatives have signed the Pledge. Additionally, seven Governors and over 1,100 state legislators have signed the Pledge.
 
“After the passage of the so-called “Stimulus Package,” better known as the Pelosi-Obama-Reid Spending Give-Away, Americans are desperately searching for candidates and politicians that will protect their livelihoods and put their wallets ahead of the federal government’s coffers,” said Grover Norquist, president of ATR.
 
“By signing the Pledge, Chris Geissler demonstrates that he understands the problems of hard-working taxpayers nationwide, but especially the taxpayers of Illinois’ 8th district.”
 
“I challenge all candidates for federal office to make the same commitment to taxpayers by signing the Taxpayer Protection Pledge today,” Norquist continued.
 
Copies of the Pledge are available at www.atr.org or by calling (122) 785-0266

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Joe Walsh Signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge


Posted by Amir Iljazi on Monday, January 4th, 2010, 12:05 PM PERMALINK


Joe Walsh recently became the latest candidate in Illinois’ 8th Congressional District to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge, joining a slew of others as the Illinois primary draws nearer.

Walsh is running in the GOP primary for the opportunity to take on Democratic incumbent Melissa Bean. Cook Political Report ranks the district as an R+1on the Partisan Voter Index (PVI). Bean was elected in 2004, and during her time as a Congresswoman she has earned a 34.6% lifetime record from ATR; not the best way to represent the taxpayers of your district.
 
As a pledge signer, Mr. Walsh has made a commitment to the voters in Illinois that he will fight to ensure that their taxes are not raised. Congresswoman Bean is not a pledge signer, we here at ATR encourage all candidates in the Illinois-08 contest to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. The full press release from ATR is directly below.
 
Joe Walsh (R-Ill.) signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge
Congressional candidate promises to protect taxpayers’ wallets
 
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Joe Walsh, a Republican running in 8th Congressional District in Illinois, recently signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge sponsored by Americans for Tax Reform (ATR). The Pledge commits signers to “oppose any and all efforts to increase the marginal income tax rates for individuals and/or businesses … and oppose any net reduction or elimination of deductions and credits, unless matched dollar for dollar by further reducing tax rates.”
 
ATR has offered the Pledge to all candidates for federal office since 1987. To date, 33 U.S. senators and 172 members of the U.S. House of Representatives have signed the Pledge. Additionally, seven Governors and over 1,100 state legislators have signed the Pledge.
 
“After the passage of the so-called “Stimulus Package,” better known as the Pelosi-Obama-Reid Spending Give-Away, Americans are desperately searching for candidates and politicians that will protect their livelihoods and put their wallets ahead of the federal government’s coffers,” said Grover Norquist, president of ATR.
 
“By signing the Pledge, Joe Walsh demonstrates that he understands the problems of hard-working taxpayers nationwide, but especially the taxpayers of Illinois’ 8th district.”
 
“I challenge all candidates for federal office to make the same commitment to taxpayers by signing the Taxpayer Protection Pledge today,” Norquist continued.
 
Copies of the Pledge are available at www.atr.org or by calling (122) 785-0266

 

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"Tim Bridgewater Signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge in Utah Senate Race"


Posted by Amir Iljazi on Wednesday, December 30th, 2009, 12:05 PM PERMALINK


Utah Businessman Tim Bridgewater recently signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge in his 2010 bid for the United States Senate. He becomes the third GOP candidate in the race to have signed the Pledge; joining businesswoman Cherilyn Eagar, and incumbent Senator Bob Bennett, who has served since 1993.

Bridgewater is the Chairman and founder of Interlink Capital Strategies; and he also has been instrumental in the creation of several small businesses. His days in politics go back to time of President Reagan, where he worked in the  administration under the guidance of the Treasury Department at Eximbank. The 2010 cycle is not the first time Tim Bridgewater has signed the Pledge; as a Congressional candidate in Utah, he was also a Pledge-signer. The Utah Senate Primary will be held June 22, 2010 and there will be multiple Pledge signers on the ballot.

By signing the pledge, Tim Bridgewater has done his part to show the taxpayers that he stands against massive tax hikes put forth by an out-of-touch Senate. ATR encourages all candidates in the 2010 midterm elections for Federal office to follow suit and sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. It is time for office seekers and office-holders alike to make it clear to taxpayers that they will do their part in fighting on behalf of their concerns, and looking out for their pocketbooks.

Here is the official release from ATR regarding Tim Bridgewater:

 

Tim Bridgewater (R-Utah) Signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge
Senatorial candidate promises to protect taxpayers’ wallets
 
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tim Bridgewater, a Republican running for the U.S. Senate in Utah, recently signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge sponsored by Americans for Tax Reform (ATR). The Pledge commits signers to “oppose any and all efforts to increase the marginal income tax rates for individuals and/or businesses … and oppose any net reduction or elimination of deductions and credits, unless matched dollar for dollar by further reducing tax rates.”
 
ATR has offered the Pledge to all candidates for federal office since 1987. To date, 34 U.S. senators and 172 members of the U.S. House of Representatives have signed the Pledge. Additionally, seven Governors and over 1,100 state legislators have signed the Pledge.
 
“After the passage of the so-called “Stimulus Package,” better known as the Pelosi-Obama-Reid Spending Give-Away, Americans are desperately searching for candidates and politicians that will protect their livelihoods and put their wallets ahead of the federal government’s coffers ,” said Grover Norquist, president of ATR.
 
“By signing the Pledge, Tim Bridgewater demonstrates that he understands the problems of hard-working taxpayers nationwide, but especially the taxpayers in Utah.”
 
“I challenge all candidates for federal office to make the same commitment to taxpayers by signing the Taxpayer Protection Pledge today,” Norquist continued.

 

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