ENDORSEMENT: John James for SenateFriday, June 7, 2019
We have some very exciting news to share with you.
After thousands of freedom-loving Americans urged combat veteran and businessman John James to run for the U.S. Senate again in Michigan, he has answered the call.
John James announced his campaign for the Senate yesterday and we are extremely proud to endorse him.
This race is important because it not only gives us a chance to replace liberal Democrat Gary Peters, but it also gives us a way to help President Trump win this battleground state again in 2020.
John James will have the strong support of President Trump and President Trump will have the strong support of John James. Together, they will make a compelling case to the voters as they fight to defend the principles of freedom that make our country so great.
Senate Conservatives Fund will pay all processing fees and transfer 100% of your contribution to his campaign.
John James is a husband, a father, a combat veteran, and a businessman. He graduated from West Point and served in Iraq as a Ranger-qualified aviation officer, logging over 750 flight hours and leading two Apache platoons.
After eight years in service to our country, he returned to Michigan to work in the family business. Under his leadership, the company has rapidly expanded and created over 100 new jobs.
John James is a rock-solid conservative who is passionate about our country and the principles of freedom that make it great. He’s a pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, pro-free markets conservative who has demonstrated energetic and effective leadership.
Please forward this email to your family and friends so they can join us in working to elect this outstanding candidate.
It doesn’t matter where you live. Every American will be impacted by the outcome of this race. Right now, Senator Gary Peters (D-MI) is voting for socialist policies in Washington. We need to stop it and we can do that by supporting John James.
Thank you for being part of our team and for doing so much to help us send principled leaders to Washington.