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Jon Runyan made his first run for office less than two years ago to help fix a broken system in Washington.

Today, he's working with common sense people in both parties to do just that.

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Released today by the National Republican Campaign Committee: NRCC Announces Second Round of Patriot Program Members Program Will Aid Members as They Develop Winning Re-Election Campaigns Washington — National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Pete Sessions (R-TX) and Deputy Chairman Greg Walden (R-OR), the co-chairs of the Patriot Program, today announced the second round of Patriot [...]

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The following appeared in the July 13, 2011 edition of the Asbury Park Press. The debate on entitlement reform is once again spinning out of control, with proponents of the status quo using every means at their disposal to scare America’s seniors. They are desperate to score political points at the expense of doing what’s [...]

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From an Asbury Park Press article: A bill before Congress would stop the commercial fishery management regime of catch shares now at work in New England from being extended to more waters without support from fishermen. “This bill will ensure that catch share programs are shut down if they are forcing people out of work,” [...]

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From the Press of AC: U.S. Rep. Jon Runyan has introduced a bill that he says will help prevent a fishery-management method being pushed by the federal government from eliminating commercial fishing jobs. Runyan, R-3rd, is a prime sponsor of the Saving Fishing Jobs Act of 2011. The bill seeks to place controls on a [...]

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