Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Mark Souder has a challenger!

Committee to Elect Scott Wise
6857 N. 350 W.
Columbia City, IN 46725
Phone (260) 799-4325
Fax upon request

Press Release
Contact: Scott Wise
Phone: (260) 229-7102
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

12 P.M. EDT, January 30, 2007

Scott Wise files for GOP primary in Indiana’s 3rd U.S. HOuse district

Columbia City, IN, September 30, 2008:

Scott Wise filed in Indianapolis today for Indiana’s 3rd U.S. House seat. Scott will run a populist campaign to restore the ideals that made America great. Scott believes our government no longer acts in the interest of the people, and is moving us toward a North American government without consent.

Scott is running a grassroots campaign financed from the bottom up. He hopes to bring thousands of new voters that have felt their vote didn’t matter to the process. Extreme partisanship, border security, individual liberty, and an overreaching Federal government are things he hopes to fix while in Washington.

Scott recognizes that his efforts are a monumental challenge as well as unconventional in modern politics, but feels there is nothing more important than preserving this great nation for future generations.

Scott is a former Whitley County Councilman, who tried to run for this seat in 2006, but had his candidacy disallowed by the Secretary of State’s office. Scott is a lifelong resident of the 3rd district, and has identified with the Republican Party most of his life. Scott feels a duty to try to reform the party and the government to preserve the American way of life.

If you wish to help in this effort you may contact Scott at (260)229-7102.

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4 comments:

Kody Tinnel said...

I will gladly support him.

Fr. Fozy Bear said...

I notice they didnt mention that in 2006 he was trying to run as a Libertarian. Mike werent you also his campaign manager then?

Sorry he wont get my vote.

LP Mike Sylvester said...

I was...

He will get my vote for sure...

Mike Sylvester

Phil Marx said...

Mike,

I realize that he just filed today, so I am willing to give him a little time to get started, but I would like to point out that what you've said here is about as vague as Montagano's official announcement speech.

The person who will get the strongest consideration for my vote is the one who:
A) Clearly states what he feels the most important issues are and addresses them in detail
B) Refrains from using phrases such as "I'm a populist" which are so vague as to be meaningless
C) Is not Mark Souder