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September 24, 2009

Rob Simmons

Rob Simmons is Connecticut's other challenger for the Senate in 2010.

Some of his talking points from his website are:

* Rob is a strong fiscal conservative who voted against the Connecticut state income tax, supported the 2001 and 2003 federal tax cuts, and opposed the stimulus package and failed bailouts.

* Rob has been a loyal and tireless workhorse for our local and state GOP committees and candidates for many years.

* Rob will bring honor and integrity to the U.S. Senate. In 1998, Rob received the Knowlton Award for "Integrity, Moral Character, Professional Competence and Selflessness" in recognition of his contributions to the Military Intelligence Corps.

* Rob was appointed by Governor Rell as Connecticuts first Business Advocate. For two years he worked to support our states small businesses and to make Connecticut friendlier for job creation.

When he announced his candidacy the Washington Post immediately implied he would be unpopular with the voters due to having held a seat in Congress during the last years of Republican rule. Considering that since 2006 the Democrats have made a hash of the economy and are running record deficits and record unemployment among other things, his past record is something to be proud of.

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