Thursday, May 10, 2018

Congressman Thomas Massie endorses Dahm in 1st District GOP primary

Congressman Thomas Massie Endorses Nathan Dahm in Oklahoma's 1st District Congressional Race
Nathan Dahm will join Congressman Massie's mission to Drain the Swamp in Washington

Broken Arrow, OK -- Today, Nathan Dahm, Conservative Republican candidate for Congress in Oklahoma's 1st District, announced the endorsement of Congressman Thomas Massie of Kentucky. A staunch taxpayer watchdog, Congressman Massie says Nathan Dahm has a proven record the voters of Oklahoma can trust.

“I hope the voters of Oklahoma will send Nathan Dahm to help me drain the swamp. Nathan's track record proves he is the conservative voice the voters of Oklahoma can trust," said Congressman Thomas Massie, R-KY. "When budgets tightened, Nathan Dahm kept his promises by holding the line against new tax increases and government expansion. Like me, he has consistently stood for limited government, individual rights, and the Constitution even when those around him have not."

In Congress, Thomas Massie has been among the most conservative voices in the House of Representatives filing legislation which would dismantle of the U.S. Department of Education, calling for an audit of the FED, and advocating for major reforms to the U.S. tax code.

"It's an honor to have the support of a true conservative like Congressman Thomas Massie," said Dahm. "In Congress, I will continue my fight to limit government, defend the constitution and protect the individual freedoms we cherish as Oklahomans."

Nathan Dahm is campaigning to replace Congressman Jim Bridenstine who is now serving as NASA Administrator in the Trump Administration.

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