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Scott Schwab Kicks Off

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Location: Olathe, KS


PRESS RELEASE CONTACT: Travis Ratliff
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Office: 913-397-8360
June 13, 2006 travis@scottschwab.com <mailto:travis@scottschwab.com>

Scott Schwab Kicks Off
Campaign For Congress

Schwab will Campaign on Experience, Service and
Returning Effective Leadership for the People of Kansas.

OLATHE, KS -This morning State Representative Scott Schwab launched his congressional campaign to defeat Democrat Dennis Moore and restore leadership, honor, and effectiveness to the U.S. Congress.

Representative Schwab outlined his priorities in Congress as: balancing the budget; restoring control of spending; local control of education; fighting illegal immigration, and finishing the job we began in Iraq. In Congress, Schwab will continue his fight for better representation for the people of Kansas.

"Scott Schwab is a proven leader for Kansas families and businesses," said State Representative Lance Kinzer. "The 3rd District deserves a Congressman who will provide results rather than rhetoric. Scott is that person," added Kinzer.

"I have fought against wasteful spending, while Incumbent Dennis Moore can't get enough. It is time to replace the leadership in Washington, beginning with replacing Dennis Moore.

"People are tired of the current leadership in Washington. I want to bring my life experience, my professional experience and my dedication to service to continue working for the people of Kansas", said Scott Schwab. "We need leaders in Washington who are committed to promoting more fiscal, social and civic responsibility, not more government. I want to go to Washington bring back character and effective representation", added Schwab.

http://www.scottschwab.com/press-releases/6_13_06_press_release_kick_off2.doc/download

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