Friday, June 18, 2010

Why We Support Tim Bridgewater For Senate

A Note from Your Friends and Neighbors

Why We Support

Tim Bridgewater

for Senate

TIM UNDERSTANDS BUSINESS.  With the economy in disarray, we need leaders in Washington who understand what it takes to create jobs and how to get government out of the way. Tim’s experience in domestic and international business makes him a credible voice on how to get our economy back on track. He knows how to balance a budget, a knowledge sorely needed in Washington, D. C.

TIM IS A DOER WITH A HISTORY OF SERVING.  When Tim sees a problem, he gets to work to create a solution. He applies a practical approach to achieve results. There are many examples of this in his life. He helped found John Hancock Charter School in Utah County. He served the governor without reimbursement as Utah Deputy for Education. While serving in this capacity, he fought the passage of No Child Left Behind. From coaching sports to working in local party politics, he has made service a part of his life. He has been generous in his support of the Republican Party, his community, and his state.

TIM IS A POSITIVE LEADER.  It takes persistence to succeed in the highly charged, partisan environment that is Washington. Tim’s positive attitude wins friends, even among those with whom he disagrees.President Reagan used this quality to disarm his enemies and then made progress by finding common ground.Tim invites participation; he listens; he asks thoughtful questions, and he gives thoughtful responses. This is what a great leader must be able to do.

We are proud to be TIM BRIDGEWATER supporters for these and many other reasons. Please join us and vote TIM BRIDGEWATER for U. S. Senate this Tuesday
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1 comment:

  1. If you'd like to add your name to the list send me your name and city.


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