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PrintPAC Announces Endorsements for 2001-2002 Election Cycle

Friday, October 25, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

PrintPAC, the political action committee for the Printing Industries of America has announced its endorsements for the 2001-2002 election cycle. These endorsements only include federal (U. S. House and Senate) elections. Ben Cooper, Treasurer of PrintPAC and Executive Vice President for PIA made the announcement following a recent round of endorsements and contributions. "This has been a tough financial period for the U. S. printing industry. Financial challenges in the industry made it more difficult to raise the funds necessary to compete in as many races as we would have hoped. Regardless, printers around the country supported PrintPAC at a level where we were able to participate in approximately 60 House and Senate races. I am confident that the activities of PIA members will make a difference in the election and the 108th Congress which convenes in January," Cooper said. He added, "While there are many fine House races in the country, PrintPAC focused heavily on Senate races this year. We believe the Senate is where business can make the greatest gains in the 108th Congress." PrintPAC Endorsements PrintPAC contributions are in parentheses. These endorsements do not represent all of the contributions made by PrintPAC in 2001-2002. Some contributions are made to Senate candidates "out of cycle" meaning those who are not up for reelection in 2002. Also, very limited amounts of money are contributed to "leadership" pacs for members of the House and Senate. PrintPAC has also made minimal contributions to candidates who were defeated in a primary. PrintPAC has only announced endorsements for candidates who have received PrintPAC contributions. We do not make general endorsements. However, we would be pleased to provide a review of other races upon request. ALABAMA Sen. Jeff Sessions-R ($2,000) Rep. Robert Aderholt-R ($2000) 4th District House challenger Mike Rogers-R ($1000) 3rd District CALIFORNIA Rep. Wally Herger-R ($1000) 2nd District COLORADO Sen. Wayne Allard-R ($5,000) House challenger Marilyn Musgrave-R ($1000) 4th District House challenger Bob Beauprez-R ($1000) 7th District FLORIDA Rep. Ric Keller-R ($1000) 8th District Rep. Clay Shaw-R ($2500) 22nd District House challenger Tom Feeney-R ($2500) 24th District GEORGIA Rep. Saxby Chambliss-R ($5000) for election to the Senate Rep. John Linder-R ($1000) 7th District Rep. Mac Collins-R ($5000) 8th District Rep. Charlie Norwood-R ($500) 9th District House challenger Max Burns-R ($1000) 12th District ILLINOIS Rep. Phil Crane-R ($1000) 8th District Rep. Jerry Weller-R ($3500) 11th District IOWA Rep. Greg Ganske-R ($5000) for election to the Senate KANSAS Sen. Pat Roberts-R ($1000) House challenger Adam Taff-R ($1000) 3rd District KENTUCKY Sen. Mitch McConnell-R ($5000) Rep. Ann Northup-R ($5000) 3rd District MAINE Sen. Susan Collins-R ($10,000) MARYLAND Rep. Ben Cardin-D ($1000) 3rd District MINNESOTA Norm Coleman-R ($10,000) for election to the Senate Rep. Mark Kennedy-R ($3500) 6th District MISSISSIPPI Sen. Thad Cochran-R ($2500) MISSOURI Former Rep. Jim Talent-R ($10,000) for election to the Senate Rep. Sam Graves-R ($1000) 6th District Rep. Roy Blunt-R ($10,000) 7th District MONTANA Rep. Dennis Rehberg-R ($1000) At Large NEVADA House challenger Jon Porter-R ($2500) 3rd District NEW HAMPSHIRE Rep. John Sununu-R ($5000) for election to the Senate House challenger Jeb Bradley-R ($1000) 1st District NEW MEXICO Sen. Pete Domenici-R ($1000) Rep. Heather Wilson-R ($2500) 1st District NEW YORK Rep. Nydia Velazquez-D ($1000) 12th District NORTH CAROLINA Elizabeth Dole-R ($5000) for election to the Senate Rep. Cass Ballenger-R ($1000) 10th District NORTH DAKOTA House challenger Rick Clayburg-R ($2000) At Large OHIO Rep. Pat Tiberi-R ($1000) 12th District Rep. Bob Ney-R ($2000) 18th District OKLAHOMA Sen. James Inhofe-R ($2000) OREGON Sen. Gordon Smith-R ($3000) SOUTH CAROLINA Rep. Lindsey Graham-R ($7000) for election to the Senate TENNESSEE Former Gov. Lamar Alexander-R ($1000) for election to the Senate TEXAS Attorney General John Cornyn-R ($5000) for election to the Senate Rep. Pete Sessions ($1000) VIRGINIA Sen. John Warner-R ($3000) Rep. Ed Shrock-R ($1000) 2nd District WASHINGON Rep. Jennifer Dunn-R ($2474) 8th District WISCONSIN Rep. Paul Ryan-R ($1000) 1st District WYOMING Sen. Mike Enzi-R ($3000)

 

 

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