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Monday
Jun102013

U.S. Senate seat up for grabs!

 

Everyone,
 
I want to make sure everyone knows the voters in New Jersey will have a chance to see who is the best person to represent the Republican ticket in a Special Election that is only weeks away. I am working on behalf of my friend and colleague Dr. Alieta Eck who wants very much to be your next US Senator from New Jersey.
 
This whole race has is not even 1 week old.  The Special Election was only announced by Gov. Christie 5 days ago. Unfortunately there may be many folks like this misguided Mary P. who don't know who all the candidates are. I have known and worked closely with Dr. Alieta Eck for four years. She is a solid conservative doing a great deal of Christian charitable work for the poor. She actively supported and fought for our friends like Sharron Angle for US Senate in Nevada, Nick Popaditch for Congress here in San Diego and Elizabeth Emken for US Senate in California. She has also held up the east coast end of the National Doctors Tea Party with rallies and town hall meetings. Like myself, she has been out in the streets fighting ObamaCare. And, like myself she is a member of the Association of the American Physicians and Surgeons who has been fighting the Affordable Care Act all the way to the Supreme Court.
 
No, unfortunately there are activist folks on the right that will do a "knee jerk" endorsement for the wrong person. Please be patient, see how the race for US Senate in New Jersey unfolds, and then decide for yourself. I am sure if you watch the New Jersey US Senate Special Election Race carefully you will agree with me Dr. Alieta Eck is the best person for the job.
 
Please visit Alieta's website at: http://www.eckforsenate.com and Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/ElectDoctorEck .
 
Thank you !
 
Wayne
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Wayne Iverson, MD
Former Candidate for Congress District 52 CA 2012

 

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