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Everett, WA - December 7, 2012 - An enthusiastic crowd of 345 packed the Comcast Arena in Everett last night for a Christmas dinner fundraiser for John Koster, candidate for Congress.

Michael Reagan and John Koster

Michael Reagan and John Koster

"I am buoyed and humbled by the excitement and support for my campaign," said Koster. "We are less than a year away from the most important election of our lifetimes and the event last night demonstrated that my supporters are prepared for the coming battle for the heart and soul of America."

Koster welcomed special guest Michael Reagan, the keynote speaker for the event. Reagan, son of former President Ronald Reagan, told the crowd that he eagerly endorsed John Koster "because our country needs leaders like John, a dairy farmer, who will stand up for working families."

Reagan encouraged the crowd to preserve liberty by supporting John Koster for Congress. "Liberals are working everyday to destroy liberty. We must work just as hard as they do to preserve it," said Reagan.

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National Republican Congressional Committee

For Immediate Release

Contact Press Office:  202-479-7070
November 2, 2011

D.C. Democrats Have Learned Nothing Since Their First Failed Stimulus Plan was Firmly Rebuked by Voters Last Year

Washington --- Today marks exactly one year since the groundbreaking 2010 election, but Washington families must be getting a strong sense of déjà vu as Rick Larsen's Democrat leaders push for billions more in stimulus spending. If history repeats itself, then their stimulus retread plan will be about as successful and popular as their first $800 billion effort, which actually saw the country's unemployment rate go even higher in addition to piling more debt on current and future generations of American families. Since Larsen proudly supported a multi-billion dollar stimulus package before the 2010 election, will he do the same now or suddenly have a change of heart?

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  • John Koster and the Seattle Times
    October 15th Article from the Faith and Freedom Network I have seen it before, but not with an apology.

    The Seattle Times editorial board is so far left, they can't do the right thing---and...
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  • Everett Herald: Send Capable Koster to D.C.
    Published: Sunday, September 12, 2010 Everett Herald endorsement / 2nd Congressional District  Send capable Koster to D.C. In a decade as the 2nd District's congressional representative, Rick...