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Verona, PA – Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum (R-PA) announced today that he has endorsed Ben Lange (R-IA) for Congress.

Rick Santorum said: “I am excited to endorse Ben Lange for Congress.  I was honored to receive Ben’s endorsement and support during my presidential campaign, and had the great pleasure to get to know Ben and his entire family along the trail.  Ben is a tireless campaigner for the conservative principles of faith, family, and freedom that make our nation great.  He will be a tremendous representative for the people of Iowa in the halls of Congress, and I look forward to working with Ben’s campaign to help elect him as the next congressman for northeast Iowa.”

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