Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Chicago Young Republicans Comment on Scott Brown Victory

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE One Iconic Seat, One Legendary Election Republicans Take it Back Statement from the Chicago Young Republicans Chicago, IL - January 19, 2010 - in a special election the state of Massachusetts elected Republican State Senator Scott Brown over Democratic Attorney General Martha Coakley to the United States Senate. This seat, previously held by the late Senator Ted Kennedy for 49 years, was won in 1962 in another special election. However this election was very different. The state of Massachusetts has been forward thinking since 1773 when its citizens felt oppressed by the unfair rule that was governing their land and sent England a message that they were unhappy. Today, citizens of Massachusetts once again made a statement to their government they are not happy with the status quo, the healthcare legislation, and most important the Democrats’ one party rule. President Obama, who campaigned for Coakley in the state this weekend could not even prevent this from happening. “Tonight, Massachusetts sent a clear message to the Democrats and the liberal policies of the White House, enough is enough,” said Jeremy Rose, Chicago Young Republicans (CYRs) President. “The Democrats took Massachusetts and its people for granted, so the people used their ballot to show that they are unhappy with what their leadership is doing.” The CYRs believe that this is just a glimpse of what is to come in November of this year, because the Democrats in control have not been able to rein in spending and restore faith in the American economy. Contact: Corrine Williams Cell Phone: 305-479-5683 Email: CorrineAnnWilliams@gmail.com Leave a Comment * Conservative T-Shirts * Follow CNB on Twitter * RSS Feed

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