As the first independent expenditure of its Called Up program, GOPAC released a new direct mail ad today that touts the conservative credentials of Alabama State Representative Chad Fincher, who is running in a special election for Alabama’s 1st Congressional District.
Due to his long established conservative accolades and his involvement with GOPAC’s state-focused training and education programs in the past, Rep. Fincher is the first candidate to be highlighted in GOPACs new program, Called Up, which promotes promising state and local leaders to higher office.
“Throughout his career in the Alabama Legislature, Rep. Fincher has proven his stalwart dedication to free-market conservatism and smaller, more effective government,” said GOPAC Chairman Frank Donatelli. “That commitment, as well as his effectiveness and experience as a legislator, truly separates Rep. Fincher from the rest of the field and has prepared him to serve as a capable and skilled Congressman.”
Rep. Fincher was elected to the Alabama State House in 2006 and reelected in 2010. During his time in office, he has served on the General Fund Budget Committee, where he has successfully cut wasteful spending from the state budget. He has also championed numerous economic development bills credited with creating jobs in South Alabama.
The text of the independent expenditure is below:
Join conservatives in voting Chad Fincher for Congress
Here are 4 reasons conservatives are voting Chad Fincher for Congress
1 Chad Fincher has proven to be a reliable, unwavering conservative and, in turn, has won election to the Alabama House of Representatives in 2006 and 2010.
2 As a member of the General Fund Budget Committee, Chad Fincher has shown he values the money we pay in taxes by pushing government agencies to become more efficient and effective.
3 As the owner of a successful real estate agency, Chad Fincher knows our communities and the importance of protecting our jobs from the abuses of the federal government.
4 Chad Fincher will take our conservative, Alabama values and ideas to Congress to show Washington D.C. how America really works.
Special Primary Election is Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Paid for by GOPAC. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. www.gopac.org