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Conservative Evan Feinberg Endorsed By Citizens United Political Victory Fund For Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District

Citizens United Political Victory Fund (CUPVF), the affiliated PAC of Citizens United, issued the following statement endorsing Evan Feinberg for Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District. CUPVF has contributed $5,000 for Feinberg’s primary election.

“Entrenched career politicians don’t have the courage to act when it comes to our debt crisis and entitlement reform. Evan Feinberg will bring a sense of urgency to Washington because he understands our nation is at a tipping point,” said David N. Bossie, President of Citizens United. “America is saddled with an ever-growing $15 trillion national debt and Evan Feinberg wants to tackle these critical issues before America becomes the next Greece - not after.

“I look forward to working with Evan Feinberg in reducing the size and scope of our government, so entrepreneurs will once again be inspired to take risks and rebuild our economy without fear of oppressive overregulation. I urge all Republican Primary voters in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District to support Evan Feinberg, the true conservative candidate, on April 24.”


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