Liberty Iowa Endorses Blum for U.S. Congress PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Joel Kurtinitis   
Thursday, 28 March 2013 14:53

PAC rallies Liberty Movement in support of Dubuque businessman

Des Moines, Iowa – Liberty Iowa has renewed its support of Rod Blum for U.S. Congress in Iowa’s first congressional district.  Blum, who announced his candidacy today, earned the PAC’s support in 2012 as well, when his run ended with a narrow primary loss to Ben Lange. 

"I'm thankful to accept the support of Liberty Iowa, and I believe that their endorsement highlights my unshakable commitment to protecting the civil liberties and Constitutional rights of Iowans who are concerned about the unchecked growth of government,” said Blum.

Liberty Iowa, a state PAC that will celebrate its first anniversary in April, has quickly become a leading voice on issues like agricultural freedom and domestic drone use, and boasts a wide network of conservative and libertarian-leaning activists throughout the state.  Adil Khan, Executive Director of LIPAC, believes that network will be a critical part of deciding the upcoming congressional election.  “The nation is witnessing a surge of support for principled leaders willing to stand for the liberties of everyday Americans,” said Khan.  “Rod is that kind of leader, and we are going to work to bring the youth and enthusiasm of the Liberty Movement to bear for him in the first district.”

Blum, who garnered 47% of the primary vote last year despite being a first-time candidate, acknowledges the importance of appealing to young liberty-minded voters as well as traditional fiscal and social conservatives.  "The Liberty Movement has gained a tremendous amount of momentum among Republicans and Independents, and I want to invite voters from across the spectrum of conservatism to join me in fighting for limited government, sound money, and a responsible foreign policy,” said Blum.

Liberty Iowa currently has active chapters in 13 counties within the first district, including the population centers of Linn, Dubuque, and Blackhawk.



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