Santorum Sets Up Shop in Iowa

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Ex-Senator forms state PAC.

Santorum Forms Iowa Keystone PAC

State political action committee formed to assist Iowa candidates

Washington, DC – Former Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) announced today the formation of the Iowa Keystone Political Action Committee, a state PAC that will allow him to assist candidates running for office in Iowa.

“My federal PAC, America’s Foundation, has already assisted some candidates in the Hawkeye State, but I am eager to do more and the Iowa Keystone PAC will help us do that. There are many strong conservatives running in Iowa and assisting them with financial support may help put them in the victory column come Election Day,” said Senator Santorum.

The PAC is registered with the Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure board and intends to donate at least $25,000 to candidates before November.

Former Senator Santorum will be back in the Hawkeye State next week. He will be in Cedar Rapids and Coralville on October 13 and Davenport and Dubuque on October 14. Specific details will be released later this week.

Santorum has traveled to Iowa five times in the last year including his most recent stop in August to the Iowa State Fair.

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Related Topics: 2012 Elections, Republican Party

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