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Indiana Republican Assembly Endorses Mourdock for Senate

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Beech Grove, Indiana, United States of America (INRA Super PAC) Oct 26, 2012 –

The Indiana Republican Assembly has been organized into an independent expenditure Super PAC supporting Reagan conservative candidates and their causes. We have endorsed Mike Pence for Governor and Richard Mourdock for Senate.

At our last monthly meeting on October 18th, we voted Richard Mourdock our first annual “Gipper Award” winner as the Hoosier leader who best exemplifies the vision and values of former President Ronald Reagan.

Reagan wrote his first book as president in 1984 titled Abortion and the Conscience of the Nation. In it he endorsed the Respect Human Life Act introduced in the ninety-eighth Congress. The bill “prohibited the federal government from performing abortions or assisting those who do so, except to save the life of the mother.”

Much has been made of Mourdock’s recent debate on the abortion issue but we have found his pro-life views and the exception to save the life of the mother to be identical to the 40th President of the United States.

We believe candidate Mourdock’s deficit cutting pro-growth supply side economic policies are closely alligned to the agenda promoted by Reagan that created 24 million net new jobs in the 1980’s and his foreign policy views mirror Reagan’s theme of peace through strength.

 

About the Indiana Republican Assembly

As a member of the National Federation of Republican Assemblies we are part of the oldest and largest GOP volunteer organization in America and meet monthly at Pipers Café on Indy’s Southside.

The NFRA, dubbed “the Republican Wing of the Republican Party”, is a 76-year old grassroots organization dedicated to electing real conservatives to lead the Republican Party. Prominent past and present members include President Ronald Reagan, Eagle Forum founder Phyllis Schafly, Ambassador Kenneth Blackwell, Presidential candidates Mike Huckabee, Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann, 2010 Senate nominee Sharron Angle and pro-gun anti-tax leader Grover Norquist.

For more information access www.inrasuperpac.com and phone (317) 222-6268.

 

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Dane Lantz – Media Director                         JD Miniear – President

(317)628-8964                                                 (317)222-6268

 
Indiana Republican Assembly Super PAC
PO Box 721
Beech Grove, IN 46107

 


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