|My name is Matthew Corey, and I am the Republican candidate for
Congress in the 1st Congressional District. This is a defining moment
in the Republican Party and I will not stand by and watch the Liberal
Socialist Progressives define who we are. We have to stand up for
Republican core values: family, self-reliance, and freedom of choice.
I personally look forward to working with all of the Republican
candidates to take our State and Federal government back.
As Republicans, we have a moral obligation to our country and we can no longer afford to lose another generation to failed liberal policies. We need to advocate for jobs and education. Pass regulation reforms to grow small and large businesses. We need more school choice by advocating for a voucher system. I am the candidate to bring the Republican message to the inner cities. I need your help - I cannot do it alone. We need to reach 50% plus one to defeat the liberal machine.
In order for me to succeed and defeat John Larson I need help to inform our voters that I do have their best interests in mind, and will work to give them a better future. Your donation of $25, $50, or $100 will ensure we get this message to the voters in our state. Please consider a donation so we can retire John Larson and make Connecticut and our country great again.My sincere thanks for your support,
About Matthew M. CoreyMatthew M. Corey was born and raised in Manchester, CT, where he continues to reside today. He graduated from Manchester High School in 1982 and immediately following graduation enlisted in the U.S. Navy. Matthew was deployed to Beirut in 1983 and served until 1987. Upon completion of his military service, he worked for the U.S. Postal Service and then as a truck driver for the Teamsters (Roadway Corporation). In 1990, Matthew launched a high-rise window cleaning company, Advanced Services International, and in 2002 opened McKinnon's Irish Pub in Hartford, CT.
To find out more information about Matthew Corey, upcoming events, and ways to get involved in the campaign, please visit www.coreyforcongress.org.
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Sunday, July 17, 2016
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