From Andrew Badger <[email protected]>
Subject The "Mitt Romney" approach isn't working...
Date June 21, 2022 3:15 PM
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Dear Friend,



When we look around it's clear that our country is in crisis - from a broken border to skyrocketing inflation to failing schools. 



The status quo is simply unacceptable. 



And yet our current representatives in Congress, folks like Mitt Romney and Blake Moore, continue taking the same old establishment approach that has failed us over and over again.



There's no sense of urgency or resolve to fight back. We need change. 



I’m running for Utah’s 1st Congressional District because I believe it's time for bold America First leadership like Ron DeSantis is showing us in Florida.



We need to fight back harder especially on issues like election integrity, ending mandates, and parental rights in education.



Simply put, it's time for Republicans to stop playing defense and go on the offense.



It's time the government starts working for us the people, not the other way around. This is what "America First" means. 



To see a contrast between my approach and the incumbent's please check out the graphic below.







You can also learn more about my platform on my website:



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A "Red Wave" in the 2022 midterms will mean nothing if we don’t elect strong Republicans who are willing to fight back. 



After months of extensive vetting, I'm very grateful to have received 59% of the state delegate vote at the Utah GOP nominating convention in April. 



I hope to similarly earn your support in the June 28 GOP primary!  



Best regards,







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Andrew Badger for Congress - UT 84067, United States

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