2012-03-16 / Top Stories

Turner Endorsed By Republican Committees

The Republican Committees of Kings and New York counties have endorsed Bob Turner in his candidacy for US Senate, the campaign today announced. Congressman Turner announced on Wednesday he was entering the race against incumbent Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.

Republican sources said that Turner sent shockwaves through the country with his upset win for congress by running against Washington’s harmful policies in an overwhelmingly Democratic district. Turner, who has over 30 years of business experience, says he is running for US Senate to restore the nation’s economy through sensible progrowth solutions.

“Brooklyn County Republicans are thrilled to endorse our favorite son, Bob Turner, for US Senate,” said Chairman Eaton. “Bob has earned a national reputation for being a citizen legislator whose business experience is desperately needed in Washington. His prescription for creating jobs and reducing America’s debt will strengthen our country for future generations.”

“We are enormously grateful that Bob Turner will continue his mission to reverse the harmful economic policies enacted by Washington insiders, like Kirsten Gillibrand, as a candidate for US Senate,” said New York County Chairman Dan Isaacs. “The New York County Republican Committee proudly endorses him and we look forward to helping him celebrate a victory as the nation’s 51st Republican Senator.”

“I thank both Chairmen Eaton and Isaacs and their entire county committees for their steadfast support,” said Turner. “Not long ago, we started a movement that caught Washington’s attention and I will not go away quietly while career politicians continue to sink our nation into debt and New Yorkers are forced out of their homes. I’m greatly looking forward to sharing my plan for getting New Yorkers back to work with the voters of this state.”

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