Sam Clovis(Sioux City, IA) “When I think of Iowan values, I think of hard work, truth and honor. That’s the message I am taking across Iowa as I work to earn the endorsement of voters across this great state. I am overwhelmed with the support that I receive so far and I am excited to get up every day and fight for every vote,” said Sam Clovis.  Clovis is running for the U.S Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Tom Harkin.

Clovis has been traveling the state since June when he announced his candidacy and has visited 48 of the 99 counties in Iowa and now has a grassroots team that has grown to 200 County Co-Captains in 44 Counties.

“One of the reasons I support Sam is because of his successes in a wide array of fields.  He has excelled as a serviceman, a businessman, as a college professor, and as a radio talk show host.  His values align with mine and I am happy to stand with Sam,” said small business owner Dr. Benjamin Uhl.

As a candidate, Sam Clovis has taken hard stands on Syria and Obamacare. “It is time that Washington, DC get some good old Iowa commonsense,” stated Clovis.  “I want to represent those who cast a vote for me.  I will not only listen to them, but I will ask them for their opinions on the issues that directly affect them.”  The Team Clovis Captains include both rural and metro voters and encompass all age groups. “This is a grassroots operation and these individuals are the heart and soul of their communities. They are ready to get to work with me and I am honored to have their support.”

Sam Clovis hold a MBA in Management and a Doctorate in Public Administration. He is currently a tenured full professor at a private liberal arts college in northwest Iowa.  He served in the United States Air Force for 25 years and still provides leadership to defense and homeland security institutions. He lives in Hinton, IA with his wife Charlotte and stepson Khan.  More information on the candidate and his campaign may be obtained at www.samclovis.com.

You can see his the new list of activists here.

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