FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Don Amador, Founder, The Trail PAC
Date: September 19, 2012
TRAIL USERS NAME CHIP CRAVAACK FOR CONGRESS AS A TARGETED KEY RACE
North Bethesda, MD – Today, the Trail PAC is proud to name, Chip Cravaack for Congress, as its 2nd targeted key House race in the 2012 election. TPAC was founded as the first national non-partisan political action committee dedicated solely to championing responsible off-highway vehicle recreation on designated roads, trails, and areas on public lands through the electoral process.
Trail voters believe Chip is in a very tight race with his opponent, Rick Nolan. Nolan is supported by the far left CREDO SuperPAC. The CREDO SuperPAC was founded by mobile-phone executives in the San Francisco area to advance liberal causes. Several CREDO SuperPAC board members also work with hard-core environmental groups such as the Sierra Club and League of Conservation Voters.
Don Amador, Founder of TPAC, states, “Two years ago, the political world was rocked by a massive earthquake on Election Day 2010 when Chip ousted 18-term congressman, Jim Oberstar. A lot of my trail and snowmobile friends in MN CD-8 worked hard for Chip and he has been working hard for them during his 1st term in Congress.”
“Trail users nationwide need Chip back on The Hill to support House majority efforts to champion responsible trail access to public lands and to oppose the ever growing regulatory agenda of the EPA,” Amador concludes.
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