Skip to comments.Findley Campaign: Virginia AG Cuccinelli campaigns in Iowa to support Brenna Findley's AG challenge
Posted on 09/30/2010 8:32:48 PM PDT by iowamark
Brenna Findley, candidate for Iowa Attorney General, will have some powerful backup as she shares her vision for how to get Iowa back on track. Ken Cuccinelli, Virginia's Attorney General, will be campaigning in Iowa on Monday, October 4, to elect fellow Republican Brenna Findley. AG Cuccinelli became nationally known when he was the first Attorney General to file suit against the unconstitutional mandate by Congress that would force Americans to buy government approved health insurance or face IRS penalty.
Other states have also filed suit and, Cuccinelli continues to lead the way in the fight to protect the rights of individuals from federal control beyond constitutional limits.Said Brenna Findley, "Ken Cuccinelli is fighting for Virginians and I will fight to protect Iowans from this unconstitutional power grab by Congress. I will stand up for the Constitution to protect people from government control our healthcare choices."
Cuccinelli and Findley will be the featured guests at an event at the home of Christian and Jenelle Fong in Cedar Rapids at 5:30 p.m. The two will also be featured at an evening Tea Party at the Park Farm Winery near Dubuque at 7:30 p.m... The Tea Party will focus on the fight against federal control of healthcare. Dr. Lee Heib, President of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, will also address the group. The event is open to the public.
For further information, contact the Findley for Iowa Campaign at 515-720-0738 or visit the website http://www.findleyforiowa.com
""Please join us for An Evening with Brenna Findley Republican nominee for Attorney General of Iowa
with special guest, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, State of Virginia Virginia is moving towards passing legislation that would make it unlawful to implement federal legislation to compel Virginia residents to buy health insurance, a/k/a, Obamacare. Virginia has received a great deal of national attention recently for passing a law that protects its citizens from government mandates to buy health insurance. Virginia has also received attention for suing the federal government over the newly passed federal health care act, which directly conflicts with the Commonwealths new law. Dont miss this opportunity to speak with AG Ken Cuccinelli on this important issue!
Monday, October 4, 2010 5:30PM - 6:30 PM
at the home of Christian & Jenelle Fong 6510 River Oak Ct, NE Cedar Rapids, IA
Light appetizers and drinks served.
Suggested contribution, but any amount is welcome: $50 per person/ $100 per couple
RSVP to 515-490-4754 (Findley campaign) Paid for by Findley for Iowa PO Box 451 Dexter, IA 50070""
“”Cuccinelli to campaign with candidates in Alabama — and Iowa”
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) will next week head to Alabama and, more interestingly, to Iowa to campaign with Republican candidates for attorney general.
The outspoken Virginia conservative, who is suing the Obama administration over the federal health-care law and EPA greenhouse gas regulations, has been in increasing demand nationally from Republican candidates and organizations.
His political action committee will announce Monday that he’ll campaign for Republican Brenna Findley in Iowa on Oct. 4 and Republican Luther Strange in Alabama on Oct. 5. Neither trip involves taxpayer money.
The trip to Iowa is sure to raise eyebrows in a state where the big debate so far has been whether Cuccinelli’s ambitions include a run for governor or the U.S. Senate. After all, visits to Iowa and New Hampshire, which hold the nation’s first presidential nominating contests, have long been the universal mark of politicians with presidential ambitions.
Cuccinelli political director Noah Wall said the trip is simply about electing attorneys general who agree with Cuccinelli’s constitutional philosophy. “We are not going to Iowa for any reason other than to campaign for Brenna Findley,” he said.
Here’s what Cuccinelli has to say about the trip, in a statement:
“It couldn’t be more critical at this juncture in our nation’s history to elect more leaders like Luther Strange and Brenna Findley who are committed to preserving the Constitutional rights of their citizens, as well as the traditional role of states in our system of checks and balances, against incursions by the federal government. The people of Virginia will also benefit to the extent we further strengthen the nationwide firewall against federal overreach. I am honored to have been invited to participate in their campaigns.” “”
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