Conservative News & Commentary

Oct 23, 2013 — by: A. Smith
Categories: Government, News

Dennis-linthicumToday, Klamath County Commissioner Dennis LInthicum announced his bid to represent the 2nd congressional district in Oregon. According to Linthicum's press release:

“I’ve been so humbled by the outpouring of support during the exploratory phase of this run,” Linthicum continued. “I’m excited to continue to hear from people in the 2nd District as we work together for common-sense policies and individual liberty. Folks here care about economic growth and Constitutional conservatism, but their voice is largely going unheard. We need to allow enterprise to create jobs, build infrastructure and grant opportunity to everyone equally, not creating carve-outs for specific industries or kick-backs for those with connections.”

Dennis Linthicum was first elected to County Commissioner by unseating fellow republican and four-term incumbent John Elliott in 2010. Linthicum announced on September 17th that he was forming a congressional exploratory committee.

This may be the first real test Greg Walden has faced during a primary. Walden is an eight-term incumbent republican.

For more information visit www.Dennis2014.com

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