Skip to comments.SCF Releases New Radio Ad Supporting Alex Mooney in West Virginia (primary is Tuesday!)
Posted on 05/10/2014 6:29:24 AM PDT by cotton1706
ALEXANDRIA, VA The Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) released a new, 60-second radio ad urging West Virginia Republicans to support Alex Mooney in the May 13th Republican primary election for the U.S. House 2nd Congressional District. The radio ad starts today and will run until Election Day. The cost of the media buy is $50,000.
Radio:60 | "Conservative" | Listen
President Obama and the big spenders have to be stopped,
And we need conservative Republicans with the courage to make them stop.
Thats why we need Alex Mooney.
Alex Mooney is West Virginias conservative choice for Congress.
Mooney is a lifelong defender of individual freedom and personal responsibility.
Hes never supported a single tax increase, and hell fight to repeal Obamacare.
Mooney is firmly pro-life and homeschools his children. We can count on him to protect our traditional family values.
And Mooney strongly supports the 2nd Amendment, so if Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama think theyre going to infringe on our gun rights theyve got another thing coming.
Its not enough to elect Republicans to Congress.
We need to elect conservative Republicans.
Alex Mooney West Virginias conservative choice for Congress.
Paid for by Senate Conservatives Fund and not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. Senate Conservatives dot com.
The Senate Conservatives Fund is a grassroots organization that helps elect true conservative leaders to the U.S. Senate. SCF recently launched a new initiative called the House Conservatives Project to support promising candidates for the U.S. House.
SCF has endorsed six candidates for the U.S. House. In addition to Alex Mooney (R-WV), SCF has endorsed Barry Loudermilk (R-GA), Bryan Smith (R-ID), Chad Mathis (R-AL), John Ratcliffe (R-TX), and Matt Schultz (R-IA).
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