RJ Harris Picks up Big Endorsements – Rand Paul, OCPAC, and the RLC

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RJ Harris Picks up Big Endorsements – Rand Paul, OCPAC, and the RLC

Oklahoma- April 21, 2010

RJ Harris, U.S. Congressional candidate for Oklahoma’s 4th district, has picked up several big endorsements for his 2010 candidacy.

Rand Paul, a Republican U.S. Senate Candidate from Kentucky, endorsed by Sarah Palin and incumbent KY Senator Jim Bunning, endorsed RJ Harris this past summer saying:

I am pleased to enthusiastically endorse RJ Harris for Congress. I believe we stand on the precipice of a disaster. Our country is drowning in a sea of debt. Without significant change our country’s future is threatened. Bankruptcy comes in many forms. None of them pretty. Please do whatever you can to support RJ Harris for Congress. – Dr. Rand Paul

This extraordinary endorsement came early on in the Harris 2010 campaign. According to RJ:

Rand is one of the brightest rising stars in the Liberty Candidate movement and the GOP. With this endorsement he demonstrated his leadership and commitment to taking on the establishment backed bailout voters by supporting and endorsing up-and-coming Liberty Candidates that would be able to help him restore the Republic and the Constitution once elected. It is my high honor to be called to service beside Rand in Congress and to finally be able to return the endorsement having emerged as my incumbent opponent’s most serious threat since 2002. His recent endorsements from Sarah Palin and Senator Bunning are further proof that Rand has the principles, judgment and integrity necessary to fight for our individual liberty and state sovereignty from the U.S. Senate. – RJ Harris

The Oklahoma Conservative PAC also endorsed RJ Harris just a few weeks ago after Harris received 90% of the straw poll held at their March meeting. Charlie Meadows, chair of OCPAC, stated the following:

R.J. Harris has become an impressive candidate, improved much in his communication skills and understanding of how Washington should work rather than how it does work. If you want to vote for someone who will work to make a conservative difference, a true reformer, then vote for R.J. Harris. If you want a slick talking Republican that is the poster boy for, “go along to get along”, then vote for Tom Cole. – Charlie Meadows

In November of 2009, the Republican Liberty Caucus also endorsed RJ Harris stating:

The RLC Board of Directors selected Mr. Harris as one of its first endorsed candidates for the 2010 primary season because of his issue stances in support of individual rights, limited government, and free enterprise. We believe Mr. Harris will be a strong defender of liberty as a member of Congress and an outstanding representative for the people of Oklahoma.

RJ believes that these three endorsements help demonstrate for the voters of the 4th district that he has the principles, message, personality and articulation ability equal to the task of defeating the establishment-backed bailout-voting incumbent; (R) Tom Cole.

About RJ Harris:

RJ Harris is a currently serving nineteen-year Oklahoma Army National Guard Officer, two-time Iraq War Veteran and U.S. Congressional Candidate for Oklahoma’s 4th Congressional District. He is a University of Oklahoma graduate in Philosophy and a second year law student at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. RJ is a Constitutional Conservative Republican and a prominent leader in the nation-wide grassroots Liberty Candidate movement. He has appeared on Fox News twice with Judge Andrew Napolitano, before numerous Tea Party candidate panels and been the featured guest on conservative/libertarian talk-radio programs across the country. http://www.rjharris2010.com

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Contact:

Jonathan Gibbons
RJ Harris 2010
405-881-0951
contact@rjharris2010.com

RJ Harris Picks up Big Endorsements – Rand Paul, OCPAC, and the RLC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

RJ Harris Picks up Big Endorsements – Rand Paul, OCPAC, and the RLC

Oklahoma- April 21, 2010

RJ Harris, U.S. Congressional candidate for Oklahoma’s 4th district, has picked up several big endorsements for his 2010 candidacy.

Rand Paul, a Republican U.S. Senate Candidate from Kentucky, endorsed by Sarah Palin and incumbent KY Senator Jim Bunning, endorsed RJ Harris this past summer saying:

I am pleased to enthusiastically endorse RJ Harris for Congress. I believe we stand on the precipice of a disaster. Our country is drowning in a sea of debt. Without significant change our country’s future is threatened. Bankruptcy comes in many forms. None of them pretty. Please do whatever you can to support RJ Harris for Congress. – Dr. Rand Paul

This extraordinary endorsement came early on in the Harris 2010 campaign. According to RJ:

Rand is one of the brightest rising stars in the Liberty Candidate movement and the GOP. With this endorsement he demonstrated his leadership and commitment to taking on the establishment backed bailout voters by supporting and endorsing up-and-coming Liberty Candidates that would be able to help him restore the Republic and the Constitution once elected. It is my high honor to be called to service beside Rand in Congress and to finally be able to return the endorsement having emerged as my incumbent opponent’s most serious threat since 2002. His recent endorsements from Sarah Palin and Senator Bunning are further proof that Rand has the principles, judgment and integrity necessary to fight for our individual liberty and state sovereignty from the U.S. Senate. – RJ Harris

The Oklahoma Conservative PAC also endorsed RJ Harris just a few weeks ago after Harris received 90% of the straw poll held at their March meeting. Charlie Meadows, chair of OCPAC, stated the following:

R.J. Harris has become an impressive candidate, improved much in his communication skills and understanding of how Washington should work rather than how it does work. If you want to vote for someone who will work to make a conservative difference, a true reformer, then vote for R.J. Harris. If you want a slick talking Republican that is the poster boy for, “go along to get along”, then vote for Tom Cole. – Charlie Meadows

In November of 2009, the Republican Liberty Caucus also endorsed RJ Harris stating:

The RLC Board of Directors selected Mr. Harris as one of its first endorsed candidates for the 2010 primary season because of his issue stances in support of individual rights, limited government, and free enterprise. We believe Mr. Harris will be a strong defender of liberty as a member of Congress and an outstanding representative for the people of Oklahoma.

RJ believes that these three endorsements help demonstrate for the voters of the 4th district that he has the principles, message, personality and articulation ability equal to the task of defeating the establishment-backed bailout-voting incumbent; (R) Tom Cole.

About RJ Harris:

RJ Harris is a currently serving nineteen-year Oklahoma Army National Guard Officer, two-time Iraq War Veteran and U.S. Congressional Candidate for Oklahoma’s 4th Congressional District. He is a University of Oklahoma graduate in Philosophy and a second year law student at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. RJ is a Constitutional Conservative Republican and a prominent leader in the nation-wide grassroots Liberty Candidate movement. He has appeared on Fox News twice with Judge Andrew Napolitano, before numerous Tea Party candidate panels and been the featured guest on conservative/libertarian talk-radio programs across the country. http://www.rjharris2010.com

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Contact:

Jonathan Gibbons
RJ Harris 2010
405-881-0951
contact@rjharris2010.com

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