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American Conservative Union Endorses Sandy Adams for Congress in FL-24
Orlando, FL – The American Conservative Union Political Action Committee has endorsed Sandy Adams for U.S. Congress, District 24. ACU PAC takes great pride in only supporting candidates who best embody conservative beliefs and have a proven voting record on issues such as lower taxes, reduced government spending and issues of liberty, personal responsibility, traditional values and national security.
ACU PAC Chairman David A. Keene made the following statement: “Sandy Adams is the clear choice for conservatives in the Republican Primary for Congress. As a member of the Florida legislature, Sandy Adams compiled a strong conservative record supporting efforts to reduce spending, protect the rights of the unborn and preserve Second Amendment rights. I urge conservatives to support Sandy Adams as the strongest candidate to face the very liberal incumbent, Suzanne Kosmas, in November.”
“I am honored to receive the endorsement of the American Conservative Union,” said Sandy Adams, “Conservative values have shaped both my personal and professional life. Having received endorsements from groups that focus specifically on conservative tax policy, second amendment rights, and right-to-life issues, this comprehensive endorsement brings together all parts of the conservative foundation.”
The ACU PAC is the oldest and largest grassroots organization on conservative politics.
About Sandy Adams –
Sandy Adams is a former law enforcement officer and current Representative in the Florida House, representing the 33rd District. Sandy served her community for 17 years as Deputy Sheriff in Orange County before running and being elected to the Florida State Legislature in 2002. Today, she and her husband, John, reside in Orlando and are the proud parents of three children. For additional information please visit http://www.SandyAdams.com
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