Email insights: Mark Meadows endorses Mo Brooks, asks for support

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Chairman of the House Freedom Caucus and North Carolina 11th District U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows has endorsed Alabama 5th District U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks in the Alabama special election to fill the seat left vacant by former Sen. Jeff Sessions, when he accepted the Attorney General of the United States position in February.
Meadows emailed conservatives of his endorsement asking them to also support Brooks’ campaign.
Read Meadows’ email below:
Dear Conservative,

There’s been a lot of talk lately about what it means to

be a true conservative.

And Lord knows, we could use a few more “true conservatives” in the United States Senate. That’s why I am writing you today.

I’m Congressman Mark Meadows, I’m the chairman of the House Freedom Caucus. My friend and fellow Freedom Caucus member Mo Brooks is running for Jeff Sessions’ Senate seat that was vacated when President Trump appointed Sessions as Attorney General.

Mo Brooks is a fighter. He has the most conservative voting record in the Alabama congressional delegation. He’s got an A-rating from Numbers USA and the NRA. He has proven himself to be a proven constitutional conservative in the mold of Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Rand Paul and Ben Sasse.

We need more like him in the Senate.

Mo’s not afraid to stand up to the Washington, DC establishment and this has not made him any friends with the K-Street crowd. They have already sworn to spend as much as ten million dollars on behalf of his establishment opponent.

We need Mo Brooks to win this race, my friend.

He understands the threats we face at home from an ever-expanding federal government. And he understands that it will take free-market, conservative solutions to fix all the messes President Obama and the Democrats created the last eight years.

Mo is a battle-tested conservative who is committed to restoring America’s greatness.

But if he’s going to make it to Washington, he needs the help of conservatives just like YOU.

The Republican Primary is August 15th.

The establishment sees Mo as a real threat. They would like nothing better than to see Mo defeated and they’re pulling out all the stops to make sure he doesn’t win.

The road our country has been on these last several years is simply not sustainable. We need conservatives who will go to the Senate and be a part of the fight–not part of the club.

A major course correction is needed –- and conservative leaders like Mo Brooks are needed in the Senate to make it happen.

Below is a letter from Mo with more information about his campaign.

I’m all in to help Mo Brooks defeat the DC establishment and send him to the Senate. I hope you are too. Will you join me?

Sincerely,

Congressman Mark Meadows

Chairman, House Freedom Caucus

Dear Conservative,

I’m looking for your support in my race for US Senate. We face serious challenges right now–as serious as any point in our history. I believe we need representation in DC that is ready to shake things up, stand by our President, and get things done…not just be part of the lobbyist, establishment club.

Before you make up your mind about who you’re going to support I want you to know a little bit about me.

In Congress I was very proud to be a founding member of the Freedom Caucus, a group of fiscal and social conservative members.

And, my record as a proven conservative leader has been recognized by leading conservative organizations, including the following:

  • Heritage Action (94% rating)
  • NRA (“A” lifetime rating)
  • Club for Growth (86% lifetime rating)
  • Numbers USA (A+ 100% rating)
  • American Conservative Union (89% lifetime rating, 94% rating for the 114th Congress)
  • FreedomWorks (92% rating in 2016), and endorsed by Eagle Forum in 2016.
If you’re interested in sending a proven conservative to represent you in the Senate, I’d ask you to visit my website and learn a little more about the kind of things I’ve fought for, and the things I will fight for as your United States Senator.

For America,

Congressman Mo Brooks,

Conservative Republican for US Senate
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