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Saturday
Mar012014

Lambert For Congress - Col. Lambert Endorsed By Combat Veterans

Col. Gary Lambert and Team Lambert are proud to announce that The Combat Veterans for Congress PAC has endorsed Gary Lambert in his race for New Hampshire's 2nd District Congressional seat. Among countless other great American veterans running for Congress, Col. Lambert has been recognized as a candidate that: "Believes in government that serves the people and upholds the highest standards of integrity and transparency." To read Col. Lambert's endorsement visit their website here!

Combat Veterans for Congress seek out candidates that present the greatest opportunity to make a real difference in Washington and not just fall in line with partisan politics. With his superior leadership abilities and work ethic that is unmatched, he will fight to control spending, reduce the national debt, promote
growth in the private sector by stimulating investment and spark real job growth.

In a release from the CVFC they cite Gary's long list of personal, military, and professional achievements. Gary looks to his family for a strong support system, being a husband and father of two, while also contributing selflessly to his
community. He has built his own law firm from the ground up into a successful business. His military track record of awards and honors stem from multiple deployments to Camp Hansen in Okinawa Japan, Norway as a support unit for NATO, and Camp Victory in Baghdad, Iraq.

Team Lambert is building momentum off of our continuing success. We have hundreds of Granite Staters now backing Col. Lambert because he is New Hampshire's best choice to take on and beat Ann Kuster next fall. Please take a moment to visit the website www.lambertforcongress.com and join the fight today.

P.S. The best way you can help is to donate $10, $20, or $50 dollars to the campaign, every little bit goes a long way.

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