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02-19-2016, 06:27 PM
Neville Rolls Out First Slate of Endorsements

For Immediate Release:
February 18, 2016

Contact: Joe Neville
(303) 900-8758

“Shows Strong Support Across the State”

LITTLETON, Colorado – U.S. Senate candidate State Senator Tim Neville, R-Littleton, gets a strong boost from elected officials both locally and nationally with the announcement of over a dozen endorsements this Thursday.

With less than two weeks before the March 1st caucuses, Neville continues to build on his strong momentum going into the April 9th Republican State Assembly.

“I’m humbled to have the support of so many conservative leaders,” said Neville, “In order to defeat Michael Bennet, it’s going to take a strong united party, and these endorsements show that I have that support.”

Neville’s first list of endorsements include:

U.S. Congressman Thomas Massie (KY-4)

Sen. Chris Holbert (SD 30)
Sen. Vicki Marble (SD 23)
Sen. Kevin Grantham (SD 2)
Sen. Kent Lambert (SD 9)
Fmr. Sen. Ted Harvey (SD 30)
Fmr. Sen. Dave Schultheis (SD 9)

Rep. Patrick Neville (HD 45)
Rep. Justin Everett (HD 22)
Rep. Tim Leonard (HD 25)
Rep. Steve Humphrey (HD 48)
Rep. Lori Saine (HD 63)
Rep. Kim Ransom (HD 44)
Rep. Janak Joshi (HD 16)
Rep. Kevin Van Winkle (HD 43)

Candidate Dave Williams (HD 15)
Candidate Ray Garcia (HD 1)
Councilwoman Jennifer Green (Castle Rock)
Councilwoman Renee Valentine (Castle Rock)

Neville’s success came as no surprise to colleagues like Justin Everett, R-House District 22, who believes Neville’s strong network of support will carry him to a November victory.

“Tim’s support comes from both his leadership in the legislature and his unwavering work ethic on the campaign trail,” said Everett. “He’s a winner that continues to defy expectations. The political pundits who said he couldn’t win on principle were proven wrong when he beat an entrenched Democrat, and flipped the Senate to Republican control.”

During the 2014 cycle, Neville defeated incumbent state Senator Jeanne Nicholson, the Democratic caucus chair, in democrat-leaning district, with an immense grassroots mobilization strategy that included hundreds of enthusiastic volunteers.

“It’s no surprise that Neville has secured so much support across the state, the people of Colorado are desperate for candidates who walk the walk instead of just paying lip service to anyone who listens,” said Chris Holbert, R-Senate District 30.

Holbert concluded, “He has proven himself as a principled defender of liberty and prosperity, the values important to all of Colorado.”

In the coming weeks Neville plans to release additional endorsements.



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William Tell
02-19-2016, 06:46 PM
I'm sold. Elect the man!