Seldom do you see me declare support for a Congressional candidate outside Colorado – mainly because time is a limiting factor. But because I used to live in Pennsylvania, and because this one is a no-brainer for conservative friends of limited government, I wanted to pass it on.
Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District should be represented by a conservative, but it’s not. A scandal surrounding the grievous moral failings of former Republican incumbent Don Sherwood deservedly gave the seat to liberal Democrat professor Chris Carney.
But now that our side has a good candidate – Chris Hackett – it’s time to win the seat back. The problem is Chris Hackett has a primary with a GOP establishment candidate who is not so reliable on issues like spending and earmarks, to name a couple. On the other hand, Chris Hackett is a freedom-loving small businessman and family man who shares a real commitment to mainstream conservative Republican ideals.
Chris Hackett is endorsed by RedState, where you’ll also find more information on how to contribute to his campaign. And as they say:
If we can’t win back the 10th Congressional District of Pennsylvania, we’re going to have a hard time winning back Congress.
It’s good for me and my readers to have a broader national focus, because the votes cast by the Representative of the 10th Pennsylvania Congressional District affect us, too.