Monday, May 3, 2010
Three Reasons To Vote For Marlin Stutzman
For those of you still uncertain about who to vote for in the U.S. Senate primary here in Indiana, here are three reasons to vote for State Senator Marlin Stutzman:
1) His background: A fourth generation farmer from Howe, Marlin Stutzman is not someone who has ever felt entitled to be elected to anything. Prior to 9/11, in fact, he was content to continue his life as a farmer and raise his family.
2) His stances: Since being elected as a State Representative in 2002 and as a State Senator in 2008, Marlin Stutzman has taken strong conservative stances on issues like abortion, the Second Amendment, health care and illegal immigration, and as a candidate, he advocates changing Washington, not America. In addition, Marlin Stutzman supports, among other things, a free market-oriented approach to our unemployment situation, “peace through strength” when it comes to our national defense, and judicial nominees who will not legislate from the bench.
3) His record: It's one thing to say something, but another thing to do something. Fortunately, Marlin Stutzman has not only talked the talk, he has also walked the walk. As a state legislator, he has authored and cosponsored strong pro-life and pro-Second Amendment legislation, has worked to balance the state's budget every two years (as called for), and has voted against wasteful spending by the state government.
I hope this helps you in your decision come tomorrow. There are good men running for the United States Senate here in the Hoosier State, and Marlin Stutzman is the best of them. I hope you'll vote for Marlin Stutzman tomorrow.