With the 2012 election fast approaching, I am asking you to display a Visclosky for Congress yard sign. You have generously supported me in the past by volunteering or displaying a sign in your yard, and I appreciate your help and support again.
Displaying a yard sign is easy. Just click here now to sign up. Then, on Saturday, October 13, a volunteer will deliver your yard sign and place it on your property. It costs nothing and is a great way to show your support for my campaign.
If you are interested in getting more involved, please consider volunteering at campaign headquarters, delivering yard signs, or walking your neighborhood to distribute materials. To learn more about these and other volunteer opportunities, you can also call my campaign headquarters at (219) 736-2100.
It is with great honor that I serve the people of Indiana's First Congressional District and I take the responsibilities entrusted to me very seriously. I know that the residents of Northwest Indiana are counting on me to fight for them in Washington, D.C. I will continue the fight to protect American jobs, to oppose the use of taxpayer dollars for Big Bank Bailouts, to provide affordable quality health care, to ensure that our trade laws are enforced, and to defend the rights of American workers in the next Congress.
I have always stood up for Northwest Indiana jobs and our steel industry. To stop outsourcing, I wrote a bill that would deny all federal funding, including government contracts, to any company that outsources American jobs. To help our steel industry and steelworkers, I wrote a bill that would require the government to buy only American-made steel, and I am currently fighting against China's unfair trade practices.
In order to keep pressing forward I need your help! Please display a Visclosky for Congress yard sign this fall. Together, we will strengthen Northwest Indiana's economy. With a vibrant economy and new, well-paying jobs, we will build a better future for all of America's and Northwest Indiana's middle-class families.
Thank you very much in advance for your help.
All the best,
Member of Congress