SGV – Last week, for the seventh time during the campaign, Rep. Judy Chu refused a request from her constituents to debate the issues so that they can make an informed vote on November 6th. Jack Orswell is a candidate for the newly- created 27th Congressional District, encompassing 16 foothill cities from Pasadena to Upland, and is opposing Rep. Chu.
Our nation is at an important crossroads: never before have we faced such crushing levels of national debt and high-unemployment, fueled by self-serving career politicians, unions and special-interest groups. Accordingly, it is crucial that voters have all the information and facts that they need to cast an informed vote. Debates and open discussions are essential mechanisms to ensure that the electorate can vote and ensure that our way of life is preserved.
“I’ve entered this race to protect the future of my children and grandchildren. I’m not a politician, just a small business owner who believes that career politicians like Rep. Chu no longer consider you and me as someone who they should serve; instead they focus their Congressional votes on those who make huge financial contributions to their campaign. I welcome the opportunity to debate Rep. Chu and to describe to the voters the stark differences that exist between us.”
Jack is a former FBI agent, a small-business owner, an elder in his church, a longtime community volunteer, and a reserve police officer with the Arcadia Police Department.
Jack Orswell recently received the endorsement of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), our nation’s nonprofit, nonpartisan small business association representing small and independent businesses. Founded in 1943, the NFIB is an organization that represents members in Washington and in all 50 state capitals. NFIB recently rated Rep. Chu “0 out of 13” in her recent votes in Congress, citing her consistent voting record opposing key legislation that would support small businesses.
For more information about Jack and his campaign, please visit JackOrswell.com.
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