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Jack Jackson Endorses Governor Mitt Romney For President | Missouri Political News Service

Jack Jackson Endorses Governor Mitt Romney For President

October 31st, 2007 by mopns · No Comments

Boston, MA – Today, Governor Mitt Romney announced that former Missouri State Representative Jack Jackson has endorsed his candidacy for President of the United States. Jackson will help organize Governor Romney’s statewide grassroots efforts and communicate Governor Romney’s message of conservative change in Washington.

Announcing the endorsement, Governor Romney said, “I am proud to have the endorsement of Mr. Jackson. He has dedicated his life to serving his nation and his community. We share the same belief that in order to keep our country safe and prosperous, we must have a stronger military, a stronger economy and stronger families. I look forward to his counsel as the campaign moves forward.”

Former State Rep. Jackson said, “I firmly believe that Mitt Romney is the only candidate with the experience, vision and values to lead our country forward. We are facing a new generation of global challenges. Governor Romney and I share the belief that we need an unquestionably strong military. With a record of strong, conservative leadership, Governor Romney is ready to meet these challenges. I am proud to give him my full support.”

Jackson joins Missouri Governor Matt Blunt, Missouri Speaker of the House Rod Jetton and former U.S. Senator Jim Talent in supporting Governor Romney’s bid for the presidency. Governor Romney has also announced the Romney for President Missouri Legislative Leadership Team. The members of this team include State Senators Jason Crowell and Gary Nodler, Speaker Pro Tempore Bryan Pratt, State Representatives Shannon Cooper, David Day, Doug Funderbunk, Dwight Scharnhorst, Neal St. Onge, and Bryan Stevenson. Read more…


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