Monday, April 02, 2007

Iowa's Mayors Sign Up Against America's Mayor

John McCain's not winning the money race so far (number three among the Repubs by my count). But it appears he's leading the pack when it comes to signing up Iowa's mayors (for whatever that's worth). Here's the release...

ARLINGTON, VA – U.S. Senator John McCain’s presidential campaign today unveiled their Iowa Mayors for McCain leadership team, which includes twenty-three mayors from throughout the Hawkeye State.

"John McCain is a strong leader who is best prepared to win the War on Terror and protect America’s interests in the world," Dyersville Mayor Jim Heavens said. "I am honored to join with my fellow mayors in endorsing a proven, pragmatic, pro-life conservative like John McCain."

The Mayors for McCain leadership team is comprised of mayors from both rural and urban communities and draws upon each of Iowa’s five congressional districts. The mayors will use their experience to help spread John McCain’s reform message in their communities and provide strategic guidance to the campaign on local issues.

Senator John McCain expressed his appreciation for the support of these Iowa mayors. "These individuals are influential leaders and committed public servants who have earned the respect of their constituents," said Senator McCain. "They will be invaluable advocates for our campaign as we continue to spread my common sense conservative message across Iowa."

Iowa Mayors Supporting JOHN McCain
George Andersen – Nora Springs
Rick Anderson – Asbury
Mike Blake – Clarence
William Christensen – Toledo
Ron Colling – Manning
Nelson Crabb – Clear Lake
Darrell Dobernecker - Pella
Darrell Downs – Marcus
Jeff Fiscus – Alden
Thomas Ginger – Sanborn
Sandra Hatfield – West Branch
Marvin HearnDumont
Jim Heavens – Dyersville
Dennis Kunkle – Guthrie Center
Lon Larsen – Reinbeck
Ron Minten – Alton
Virgil Murray – Bellevue
John Nieland – Marion
Nels Nord – Huxley
Reynold Peterson – Spencer
Ruth RandlemanCarlisle
Steve Samuels – Humboldt
Lary WyckoffBedford

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