Palin plays a role in Arizona races

| August 17 2012

Sarah Palin is the not-so-secret weapon in the grassroots conservative movement to restore sanity to the federal government and end the Obama administration’s obsession with taxes, spending, and borrowing. When she speaks, the voters listen.

She comes forward with endorsements in key Senate and House races nationwide, lending her support for proven conservatives pledged to carry the fight to Washington. Arizona is no exception.

Palin stepped into the GOP Senate primary with an all-out endorsement of Jeff Flake. Battling to fill the state’s open Senate seat, Flake is a key player in the effort to elect a Republican majority in the Senate.

Calling Flake a “relentless reformer,” Palin praised him for opposing pork barrel spending and his overall record against runaway federal spending. She specifically pointed to Flake’s number one ranking in the House by the National Taxpayers Union for the last eight years.

“Jeff is known for his media releases title ‘Just How Broke Are We?’ where he brings home the reality of what our unimaginable $15 trillion debt really means in everyday terms.”

Palin also spoke out in favor of Kirk Adams in the Republican primary in Arizona’s Fifth Congressional District. She praised his record as Speaker in the State House of Representatives and took dead aim at a key issue in the campaign when she cited Adams’s strong opposition to President Obama’s healthcare law.

“Kirk is determined to repeal the mother of all unfunded mandates,” she said. “And when he gets to Washington he won’t just ‘join the fight’ to repeal Obamacare, he’ll help lead it.”

Palin added that Adams has talked sense on immigration, citing his strong defense of Arizona’s right to enforce immigration laws.

Sarah Palin has a strong track record in boosting GOP conservatives. Her chosen candidates did well in 2010 and promise more successes in 2012. Arizona voters should take her advice.

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