Monday, 18 May 2015 09:25
Good friend Scalise backs Vitter for governor

scalise-flagAnother major republican has endorsed David Vitter for Louisiana Governor.  Days ago, Vitter picked up the Treasurer John Kennedy endorsement.  Today, it is Steve Scalise, the powerful Republican House Whip.


Here is his email sent from a server managed by Vitter with Vitter's letterhead.  We have removed the links requesting money.

This morning I endorsed my good friend, David Vitter, in his efforts to be the next Governor of Louisiana.

Having served with David Vitter in the Louisiana legislature and in Congress, I’ve witnessed firsthand his commitment to the state of Louisiana and his ability to solve critical problems.


You can endorse David too. Just click here.

Our state currently faces many important challenges. That's why I am excited to see that David is the first candidate for governor to release a bold plan to solve many of the critical problems facing our state. Read his plan here.

If you like it, which I think you will, join me in endorsing David Vitter for Governor.

David's plan includes stabilizing and reforming the state's budget, growing our economy, protecting education and relieving traffic by rebuilding our state's transportation infrastructure.

And finally, I agree wholeheartedly with Senator Vitter’s commitment to end Common Core and its reliance on Washington bureaucrats.

Your support is critical to his success. Will you join me and support Senator Vitter? I know David would be honored to earn your endorsement and strong support.

Please click here to join me in supporting David Vitter and his campaign to be the next Governor of Louisiana.


Steve Scalise

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