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August 20, 2012

Iowans for Tax Relief PAC endorses Heartsill

Knoxville —  

Iowans for Tax Relief PAC has endorsed Greg Heartsill of Columbia for State Representative.   
 

Ernie Adkison, Political Director for Iowans for Tax Relief, said today in a press release, “Greg Heartsill is the pro-taxpayer candidate in House District 28.  As a business owner for over eight years, Greg understands how high taxes and regulatory burdens are hurting Iowa businesses, workers, and families.  Greg is working for lower taxes to help Iowa businesses create more good jobs for Iowans.”   

David Stanley, Chairman, and Rob Solt, President of Iowans for Tax Relief praised Heartsill for “his commitment to support Iowa constitutional amendments to protect all Iowa taxpayers.”

"I'm happy that they have recognized my commitment to reducing the tax burden for all Iowans," Heartsill told the Journal-Express. He is proud to have this PAC's endorsement. 

Iowans for Tax Relief PAC is the political action arm of Iowans for Tax Relief and has worked to protect and defend Iowa taxpayers for 28 years.  You can learn more about Iowans for Tax Relief at www.taxrelief.org.  

 

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