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In email blast calling Connie Mack “a friend,” ex-FL Sen. and current candidate George LeMiuex hits Mack’s voting record on raising his own pay, providing funds for projects in other states.

LeMiuex: “While Congressman Mack has done some good things in Washington…at a time when Washington needs real budget and spending reform, Connie Mack’s record shows him to be more of the problem than the solution.”

Dear Friend,

You may have heard the recent news that Congressman Connie Mack is likely to join the Republican field as one of my competitors for US Senate.

Connie is a friend. His father was an outstanding US Senator for whom I have great respect. I welcome Congressman Mack to the race, and look forward to detailed debates on the issues and our records.

This race is about the critical challenges facing our country, our economy, and Washington’s disastrous fiscal policies. It is essential that Florida Republicans choose a nominee in 2012 with a record that stands in stark contrast to that of liberal incumbent Bill Nelson.

While Congressman Mack has done some good things in Washington, he will have to explain to Floridians why he voted in favor of raising his own pay several times, and supported thousands of wasteful earmark projects, including the Bridge to Nowhere, funding for the Connecticut Aquarium and Kentucky Tourism, and the 2005 Highway Bill that included 6,376 earmarks worth $24 billion. At a time when Washington needs real budget and spending reform, Connie Mack’s record shows him to be more of the problem than the solution.

Click here to learn more about how my record compares with Congressman Mack and Senator Nelson’s records.

Regards,
George LeMieux

P.S. I appreciate your strong support for our campaign. If you would like to help retire Bill Nelson and end Harry Reid’s reign as majority leader, I encourage you to fill out this form to learn more about how to get involved in your county.

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