Encouraging news, Public Policy Polling now has John Raese ahead by 3, which is in the margin of error. Early on it was obvious West Virginia would be a possible pick up for Republicans. They have never liked Obama and his radical agenda did nothing to improve that. However, I don't want to understate how helpful it has been that John Raese is the candidate. A solid Conservative that immediately put out his plan for bringing jobs back to West Virginia. Here is his plan and if you like it, please consider a donation.
The Raese Plan for Job Growth
The core of the Raese for Senate campaign is completely focused on the single fact that our government must immediately be disciplined so that it works for us – the citizens – not the other way around. Any government, which ceases to reflect the will of its citizens, must be challenged and then replaced.
We are determined to carry this truth into the 2010 U.S. Senate race in West Virginia. We are happy warriors and steadfast advocates for bringing fiscal sanity to Washington, D.C. and creating an environment that will foster an explosion of well-paying private sector jobs across our state and nation. This is necessary if we are ever to escape the ravages of the current severe recession:
Unshackle our businesses, small and large, by eliminating unnecessary regulation and taxes while streamlining those that will remain. West Virginia businesses will respond by increasing their production, services, and hiring. Misguided “stimulus” packages create debt obligations that misdirect resources and create debt obligations that will only hinder confidence and burden following generations.
Attack big government spending, by holding up to public scrutiny those federal government projects which are merely political favors and pork barrel projects which exist solely to re-elect incumbent members of Congress. We must eliminate all unnecessary government spending if we are serious in reducing the average American’s tax burden and creating opportunities – not debt burdens for the next generation of Americans. (And isn’t it about time?)
Protect and stimulate American competitiveness, both here at home and around the world. But we won’t get there by propping up businesses with huge bailouts. Rather, a renewed competitive spirit must be fostered through creating a dynamic business environment. Our government must begin acting in a fair and predictable way toward our job creators. Such an environment will give our businesses the opportunity to compete and win in the global marketplace or on Main Street, U.S.A.
THIS IS AMERICA! We invented creativity and drive in the 20th Century marketplace, and we can do so again. To do so, we must have the political change necessary to create the environment where private sector jobs are created to overcome Obama’s continual recession. Your participation is essential – no matter where you are, what you do, or whether you have ever before been involved in a political campaign.
2010 is the year when you have the chance to make a huge difference in the future of West Virginia.
Join us by electing John Raese to the U.S. Senate on August 28th (Primary special election with early voting from Friday, August 20 to Wednesday, August 25) and November 2nd (General special election). Let’s send John to Washington where he can fight every day for a better economic future for all West Virginians!
He will do it.