Walsh Issues Press Release Following Bean’s Concession

Joe Walsh

And, here it is:

“I’m pleased that the decision of the people of the 8th District voting on November 2nd has been confirmed.

“Representative Bean telephoned me earlier this evening and congratulated me for winning the 8th District seat in the United States House of Representatives.

“I am grateful to each and every individual who cast their ballot for me, and for all of the thousands of volunteers, Tea Party members, regular Republicans, friends and staff people that have made this victory possible.

“I congratulate Representative Bean on her vigorous campaign and thank her for her six years of public service.

“With the voting and counting now complete, we can turn all of our energies to advancing the legislative agenda the people of the 8th District have told me to pursue:

  • more responsive government,
  • less borrowing against our children’s future, and
  • a common sense approach to deal with the economic challenges facing our country.

“I will be busy here in Washington for several more days before returning to Illinois to personally thank all those who worked so hard to send me to Congress.

“We have a lot to do, and I am eager to get at it.”

Congressman-elect Joe Walsh will be holding a press conference on Wednesday, November 17 at 11:30 AM Eastern Time at:

RNC Headquarters
310 First Street SE
Washington DC 20003

For more information please contact the Spokesman for Congressman-Elect Joe Walsh, Nick Provenzano, at (815) 355-8540.


Walsh Issues Press Release Following Bean’s Concession — 4 Comments

  1. Well this should help the unemployment rate in McHenry County, none-the-less. Both Joe and Nick now have jobs.

  2. It is always humorous to see the sore-loser lilberal comments and their lack of class after being rejected by the voters.

    I thought this was a solid blue state that embraces Bean-Pelosi liberalism?

  3. The better man won fair and square. The other has-Bean’s and Peloser’s will have to move on. As Martha would say “It’s a good thing”.

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