dsc_5009-rt Says Brenna is “perfect fit for Iowa”, she will fight unconstitutional mandates.

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli hit the campaign trail yesterday with Brenna Findley, Republican candidate for Iowa Attorney General, making stops in Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, and Dubuque.

“Brenna Findley is the perfect fit for Iowa,” noted Cuccinelli. “She’s an experienced advocate for Iowans who will fight unjust and unconstitutional federal mandates – like forced health insurance.  She’ll protect Iowan’s against overreach by the federal government.  Brenna has the legal skills and experience it takes to get Iowa back on track and back to work.”

“The office of Attorney General is the last line of defense against unconstitutional power grabs by the federal government,” said Findley. “AG Ken Cuccinelli has led the way in fighting the unconstitutional federal government takeover of our healthcare system, and I will protect Iowans by standing up for the Constitution when I’m elected.”

Since being elected as Virginia’s 46th Attorney General last November, Ken Cuccinelli has quickly become a national leader in the fight to preserve liberty and push back against unconstitutional and economically destructive federal regulations.  AG Cuccinelli filed suit to overturn the individual mandate contained in the healthcare bill just minutes after president Obama signed it into law.  Oral arguments in that case are scheduled for October 18th.  Cuccinelli has also led efforts to block harmful, overreaching, job killing regulations implemented by the EPA.

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