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Congressman Justin Amash Endorsed By Citizens United Political Victory Fund In Michigan’s 3rd Congressional District

Citizens United Political Victory Fund (CUPVF), the affiliated PAC of Citizens United, issued the following statement supporting limited government hero Congressman Justin Amash in Michigan’s 3rd Congressional District Primary Election. CUPVF has contributed $10,000 to Congressman Amash during this election cycle - $5,000 for the primary and $5,000 for the general.

“Congressman Justin Amash is a threat to the establishment because he’s serious about pulling in the reins of Big Government spending and our ever-expanding $17 trillion national debt,” said David N. Bossie, President of Citizens United. “Those in Michigan’s 3rd Congressional District and liberty loving Americans everywhere need to rally around Congressman Amash to counter the establishment’s false attacks on a leader who simply wants to correct a broken system. Our message to Congressman Amash is to keep standing up for what he believes in: lower taxes, limited government, and individual liberty.”


  
    

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