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Jim Renacci Endorsed By Citizens United Political Victory Fund For Ohio’s 16th Congressional District

Citizens United Political Victory Fund (CUPVF), the affiliated PAC of Citizens United, issued the following statement endorsing Congressman Jim Renacci in Ohio’s 16th Congressional District. CUPVF has contributed $5,000 to Renacci’s campaign this year and was a supporter of Renacci’s first run for Congress in 2010.

“Jim Renacci has been on the frontlines battling the misguided liberal policies of Barack Obama and Nancy Pelosi, and I am proud that CUPVF is once again supporting him for Congress,” said David N. Bossie, President of Citizens United. “Jim knows full well what pro-growth policies will kick start our economy because he was a job creator before coming to Congress. President Obama’s ineffective agenda has not worked in Ohio and Betty Sutton has been its biggest advocate. Congress needs more conservative members like Jim Renacci who will promote job creating legislation and fiscally responsible budgets.”


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