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Letter: Jim Enniss
Radtke is more like us
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Should we bother to vote Tuesday?
Many times we go to the polls in November and cast a ballot for either the Democratic or Republican candidate and feel: Here we go again — same old career politicians promising the world in their fair speeches.
We’ve seen they do little good but in fact work for big money interests that have nothing to do with those they represent. Well, it doesn’t have to be that way. There are good people running, candidates who care about our struggling families and are tired of big-spending politicians running up deficits that will bankrupt our future. These good people, not career politicians, can be found in primary elections, and we can select them to be on the November ballot.
This Tuesday, Virginians will get a chance to vote in the primary for a new generation candidate for U.S. Senate — Jamie Radtke from the Richmond area. I am very excited to learn of Radtke’s candidacy.
Radtke is running to eliminate the federal deficit and to downsize the federal government, which has worked to kill economic growth and reduce prosperity and job opportunities. Radtke is a God-fearing candidate who supports traditional family values and the Second Amendment. Because of Jamie’s contagious enthusiasm and organization skill, many hundreds of volunteers have become active to promote the campaign and have organized a very strong grassroots campaign statewide.
Find out about RadtkeforSenate.com. See the videos. Hear for yourself why so many have gotten excited: finally a representative who is more like us than any other politician we’ve seen in a long time.