DEAR CONGRESSMAN SHEDEGG:

WE WANT YOU ON THAT WALL,
WE NEED YOU ON THAT WALL

There aren’t enough conservatives in the United States House of Representatives, let alone enough conservative leaders. Rep. John Shadegg is one of the few…and he announced this week that he would not be seeking re-election this year.

Rep. Shadegg represents Arizona’s Third Congressional District and has established a reputation in Congress as a leading advocate for reduced government spending, federal tax relief, and the re-establishment of state and individual rights.

He is a former chairman of the House Republican Policy committee (fifth-ranking position in the House leadership), is a former chairman of the conservative House Republican Study Committee, and a former chairman of the campaign training organization GOPAC.

Congresspedia notes that Rep. Shadegg “is also the son of Steve Shadegg of Arizona, 1964 campaign manager for Republican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater,” and was a founding director of the Goldwater Institute for Public Policy.

A true limited-government conservative from the West with leadership experience who understands the importance of nuts-and-bolts training for grassroots activism.

An unprecedented letter signed by 130 of Rep. Shadegg’s colleagues in the House today urges Rep. Shadegg to reconsider his decision not to seek re-election this year. Please add your name, as a grassroots activist, to the letter by signing this online petition at ChuckMuth.com.

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