Friday, May 30, 2014 at 08:41AM
Jim Rubens, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, received key endorsements today from leading grassroots organizations, the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire and their national counterpart, the Republican Liberty Caucus.
The Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) selects candidates for endorsement to the U.S. Senate and House through a collaborative process involving the relevant state charter and national board. Endorsement by the RLC qualifies the candidate to be eligible for receipt of RLC-USA PAC funds.
In announcing the endorsement, Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire (RLCNH) chairman Aaron Day explains:
"The Republican Liberty Caucus supports individual rights, limited government, and free enterprise. For the past 6 years, Jeanne Shaheen has consistently voted against these core values. Her votes for Obamacare, Dodd Frank, the Farm Bill, and gun control measures have destroyed the free markets, piled on trillions in debt, and engorged a welfare state that is already on the brink of financial ruin.
"Grounded in the principled belief in constitutionally limited government, Jim Rubens brings the intelligence and experience needed to reverse the damage inflicted by Obama and Shaheen. Jim's 40-year track record creating jobs and wealth as an entrepreneur, empowering the citizens of New Hampshire as a legislator, and ability to solve complex problems while bringing people together is exactly what is needed in this time of great peril. The Republican Liberty Caucus is pleased to endorse Jim Rubens as the clear choice to replace Jeanne Shaheen in the United States Senate."
In accepting the endorsement, Rubens states, "I am deeply honored to have the endorsement of the Republican Liberty Caucus. Together , RLC, grassroots Republicans and my campaign will win elections by showing how we will solve our nation's most pressing challenges and improve people's lives without retreating from core Republican values of personal liberty, a free economy, and constitutionally limited government."