Cardenas-led PAC Endorses Mack for Fla. Senate

Tuesday, 17 Apr 2012 01:13 PM

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Florida Republican Rep. Connie Mack’s run for the U.S. Senate has received the endorsement of the American Conservative Union Political Action Committee.

Mack is hoping to win the August GOP primary and face off against Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., in the fall.

“From his proven leadership on pro-growth economic policies and energy independence solutions to his courageous efforts to bring attention to dangerous and tyrannical regimes across the world, it is clear Connie Mack is the innovative, conservative leader ready to take on Bill Nelson this fall,” said ACU Chairman Al Cardenas.

Mack thanked Cardenas and the American Conservative Union for their support.

“With the help and support of conservatives across the Sunshine State, I will continue to fight for freedom, security and prosperity – fundamental ideals critical to reclaiming American Exceptionalism,” Mack said.

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