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Citizens United Political Victory Fund Backs Congressman Denny Rehberg For U.S. Senate - 9/21/11

Citizens United Political Victory Fund (CUPVF), the affiliated PAC of Citizens United, issued the following statement backing Congressman Denny Rehberg for the United States Senate race in Montana. CUPVF has contributed $5,000 to Rehberg's primary election campaign and $5,000 to his general.

"Jon Tester was elected in 2006 because he ran against Washington and said he would be his own man," said David N. Bossie, President of Citizens United. "But Washington has gotten the best of Jon Tester, and he supported President Obama's liberal policies that have facilitated the disastrous Obama recession. Congressman Denny Rehberg outperformed Jon Tester when they were on the same ballot in 2006, and he will outperform him again in 2012 in a head to head match-up. Congressman Rehberg will vote for conservative values in the United States Senate and will work to reverse President Obama's failed liberal agenda in partnership with a new President in 2013."


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