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07 June 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Let's Roll to November!

What an amazing election night! Thanks to your countless hours making phone calls, knocking on doors, and putting up yard signs, our campaign and the Republican team won a resounding victory. The liberal special interests spent months draining union resources to support Democrats in this race. Their lack luster showing election night proves that with your help, I can win […]

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23 November 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Thank You!

We have seen many great improvements in the voting results of California’s 53rd Congressional District. Compared to 2008, we gained 8% more of the vote and raised 6 times as much money. For that, I am grateful and I have only you to thank. You made this run possible. You are the reason we performed […]

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10 April 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Sarah Palin Endorses the Combat Veterans for Congress

Dear San Diegans, I am proud to announce that Governor Sarah Palin has endorsed the Combat Veterans For Congress. I would like to encourage you to support and invest in your local Combat Veteran for Congress, Major Michael Crimmins (USMC, Ret.), who will defeat Congresswoman Susan Davis (CA-53). It is crucial that we elect candidates […]

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30 September 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Once again Susan Davis is out of touch with the people of this country

On, September 29th, the United States House of Representatives rejected the historic bill on the $700 billion dollar bailout of Wall Street and US banks. If passed, the bailout plan would have allowed for the United States government to purchase devalued mortgage backed securities, resulting from the subprime mortgage crisis, from troubled financial institutions. Treasury […]

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09 September 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Challenging Susan Davis on her lack of insight & political pandering

Susan Davis is out of touch with her voters! Michael Crimmins, 53rd Congressional District candidate, says Susan Davis is totally out of touch on how Americans feel about issues stemming from Language and Culture to exploring for domestic onshore and offshore energy resources. In a recent monthly meeting of the National Association of Retired Federal […]

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