Madison Project PAC Endorses Bryan Smith in Idaho’s Second Congressional District

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013 and is filed under Elections, News, Press

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For Immediate Release:

September 10, 2013

Send Mr. Smith to Washington

Madison Project PAC Endorses Bryan Smith in Idaho’s Second Congressional District

Washington, D.C .– The Madison Project PAC announced today that it is endorsing Idaho Falls attorney Bryan Smith for Congress against Representative Mike Simpson in Idaho’s Second Congressional District.

“As one of the chief appropriators in Washington, Rep. Mike Simpson has never seen a wasteful program he did not want to fund,” said Daniel Horowitz of the Madison Project. “From funding the controversial ACORN, sex education, government-run healthcare, bailouts, and corporate welfare, Congressman Simpson has made a career out of frivolously spending taxpayer money.  Most importantly, he continues to refuse to join the current conservative effort to defund Obamacare. And as one of the few red-state Republicans who is weak on issues like abortion, marriage, guns, and immigration – Simpson is clearly out-of-touch with the values of east Idaho.”

“This is why we are proud to endorse Bryan Smith in his bid to replace career politician Mike Simpson,” said Drew Ryun of the Madison Project.  “Bryan Smith has lived the American Dream outside of politics and will bring his much needed private sector experience to the House.  Despite having never held office before, Bryan has fought many important battles to limit and reform government on the local level.  He is exactly the type of candidate we need to send to Washington to shake up the political establishment of both parties.  When Mr. Smith goes to Washington he will impose Idaho values on the federal government instead of the other way around.”

The official endorsement can be viewed here.  Our full report on Mike Simpson’s liberal voting record can be viewed at

The Madison Project supports and raises money for conservative candidates that have demonstrated a commitment to full-spectrum conservatism. The Madison Project website can be found at

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