Romney Launches “Prescription for Repeal”March 24, 2010 - 10:21 AM | by: Anita Siegfriedt
Mitt Romney’s ‘Free and Strong America’ PAC announced a new donation program today called ‘Prescription for Repeal.’
According to a release, the program’s aim is to “support conservative candidates who will repeal the worst aspects of Obamacare and restore commonsense principles to healthcare.”
The first endorsements go to three conservatives in key Ohio Congressional Districts.
Representative Jean Schmidt of Ohio’s Second Congressional District who is running for reelection to her third full term.
Representative Steve Chabot, who served as Congressman in Ohio’s First Congressional District for fourteen years is running for his old seat.
Steve Stivers, a former State Senator running for Ohio’s Fifteenth Congressional District. His opponent, Representative Mary Jo Kilroy (D-OH), voted in favor of healthcare reform.
The PAC will send each endorsed candidate a primary election contribution of $2,500.
“America has unfortunately been taken down the wrong path by President Obama, which is why it’s critical we elect fiscally-responsible conservative leaders who will restore commonsense principles to healthcare,” said Romney.