Freshman Joining Together in Congress via Statement from Rep Allen West (FL)

What:  888 Days Since Senate Passes Budget

Who:  House Freshmen Join Together in
“Operation Turn Around”

When:  Tuesday, October 4, 2011 @ 11:30 a.m.

Where: HVC Studio A

Join Congressman West and Members of the Freshman class tomorrow ( Tuesday)as they call attention to “888” days since the Senate has passed a budget.

*October 4, 2011 will mark exactly 888 days since the United States Senate has passed a budget. Additionally, there are more than a dozen pro-jobs bills that have passed the House, many with bipartisan support, and are awaiting a vote in the Senate. 36 GOP Freshmen are utilizing “888” in various methods- from floor statements to online ads to video statements- to call the Senate to action and join the House in its efforts to turn around our economy.

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Freshman Joining Together:

Sandy Adams
Dan Benishek
Diane Black
Mo Brooks
Francisco Canseco
Jeff Denham
Renee Ellmers
Blake Farenthold
Stephen Fincher
Bill Flores
Bob Gibbs
Tim Griffin
Andy Harris
Bill Huizenga
Randy Hultgren
Mike Kelly
Jeff Landry
Tom Marino
Mick Mulvaney
Kristi Noem
Richard Nugent
Steven Palazzo
Steve Pearce
Tom Reed
Reid Ribble
Scott Rigell
Todd Rokita
Martha Roby
Bobby Schilling
Austin Scott
Tim Scott
Steve Southerland
Steve Stivers
Marlin Stutzman
Scott Tipton
Allen West
Rob Woodall


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