Koster urges the media to ask DelBene if she has ideas for solving nation's problems
Everett, WA - November 2nd, 2012 - As the campaign enters its final days, Democrat candidate for Congress Suzan DelBene is ignoring weighty subjects such as the anemic U.S. economy and bleak job market; and is instead solely obsessed with John Koster's views on abortion.
"DelBene has run a multi-million dollar smear campaign to change the subject away from economy and jobs to abortion", said John Koster, Republican candidate for Congress. "Here we have the worst economy since the 1930's, high unemployment, allegations of corruption at the Department of Revenue, and yet DelBene has told no one what she will do to help resolve any of these problems. That's because she has no plan", said Koster.
Koster challenged the media to ask DelBene if she has any strategy for helping people find jobs and fixing our economy. "During the next two years, Congress will grapple with our national debt, restoring the economy and creating jobs. The public deserves to know what they can expect from DelBene, and I urge the media to ask her", said Koster.
Koster has a notable record as a state legislator and as a county councilman of balancing budgets and eliminating wasteful spending. "I will be effective my first day in office because I have done the heavy lifting. My opponent has never balanced a government budget and the only time she spent inside government ended in scandal," said Koster.
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