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October 10, 2016

Walter Jones Great Honor

Walter Jones Great Honor

October 10, 2016
Published By American Promise

Reflector.com today features Congressman Walter Jones, (R-NC) who speaks his public service as a great honor.

American Promise recently recognized his service and courage to fight for a government run by people not money.

“The Citizens United and SpeechNow.org decisions have completely altered the dynamic of elections and governance. Deep-pocketed special interests now have more influence than ever,” Jones said. “I am honored to be a recipient of American Promise’s Congressional Leadership Award and I look forward to discussing the importance of curbing the power of special interests in Washington.”

Read the full article here.

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