Dear Campaign Team,
Respectfully asking for your help in 2 areas:
#1 – The absolute importance of voting this upcoming Tuesday in the Republican Primary…along with urging your family members and friends to vote for Jack Jordan (to ultimately replace Joe Donnelly in the U.S. Congress).
#2 – Please forward this e-mail quickly and broadly to your many e-mail contacts. (Recipients, please forward to your contacts)
These are very serious times…one man recently told me that he would lose his right to complain if he didn’t vote in the May 4th Primary. In this Primary, Republicans have a choice between 2 distinctly different candidates to replace Joe Donnelly. Jackie Walorski has the typical politician’s resume and she would be “more of the same” in Congress. Or me, Jack Jordan, who has a real life resume. I have been blessed to have significant experiences in business, leadership, missions, healthcare, education and international opportunities. With strong voter turn-out, we will win this race!
As you know, we won’t attack our opponent with half-truths or personal attacks…but we aren’t afraid to get the facts out. Facts which are very important and help underscore the difference between a citizen candidate and a politician. Following is information from a “Facts” commercial we launched on TV. You will notice they are 100% accurately sourced. (A link to access the commercial is at the end of this e-mail)
Citizen Candidate vs. Politician:
How many lobbyists have given money to each candidate?
Jack Jordan = 0
Jackie Walorski = 43
Many groups who don’t represent our interests: California Rice Industry Association, National Beer Wholesalers Association, Wine and Spirit Wholesalers, Community Bankers of Illinois Association, California Almond Growers
Source: http://www.congress.org/election/candidate/id/156296 (PAC Tab)
How many years of extensive business experience does each candidate have?
Jack Jordan = 20
Jackie Walorski = 0
Source: Elkhart Truth, April 24, 2010 by Josh Weinhold
“Occupation: Former TV reporter and missionary, held various leadership roles at several area organizations”
Has either candidate ever missed a critical committee vote on time change which would have stopped the bill? (A “politician” avoiding a difficult stance?)
Jack Jordan = 0
Jackie Walorski = 1
Source: South Bend Tribune, February 17, 2005 by Martin DeAgostino
“Daylight-saving time still alive; Walorski’s absence lets bill move to full House.”
Source: South Bend Tribune, May 1, 2005 by Martin DeAgostino
“Fox News bloviator Bill O’Reilly calls it “the no spin zone.”
That’s where he corrects the selective memory of public figures whose commitment to the truth seems, shall we say, less than total.
Here then, are some “no-spin” correctives generated by the 2005 Indiana General Assembly…..”
“Rep. Jackie Walorski, R-Lakeville, announcing that “I voted ‘no’ every single time that (daylight-saving time) has been brought up.”
No-spin correction: It’s not always how you vote, but when, and Walorski skipped a committee meeting and vote where she had a unique opportunity to bury the bill.
She cited a competing committee schedule, but the Tribune attended both meetings and there was plenty of time between them.”
Link to commercial: http://www.jackjordanforcongress2010.com/Jackie%20Walorski%20Facts.php
(Click to watch the Jackie Walorski Facts Ad)
“Enough is Enough” with politics as usual!
Approved by Jack Jordan and
Paid for by the Jack Jordan for Congress Committee