Freedom Partners Action Fund congratulates U.S. Senator Todd Young.
A late and unexpected entry into the Indiana U.S. Senate race, Evan Bayh started with a huge polling and cash-on-hand advantage over U.S. Rep. Todd Young. Freedom Partners Action Fund (FPAF) was first to strike in the campaign with a million dollar ad campaign that held Bayh accountable for his record or cronyism and corporate welfare for Wall Street. Bayh’s lead was cut in half within the first few weeks of announcing his candidacy and Todd Young ultimately prevailed to become Indiana’s next U.S. senator.
Freedom Partners Action Fund supports U.S. Rep. Todd Young, an emerging voice for fiscal responsibility in Washington. Since being elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2010, Young has advocated for spending cuts, balancing the federal budget, and a fairer and simpler tax code. Among Young’s most consequential contributions was the introduction of legislation requiring congressional review of federal regulations that significantly impact the economy. This legislation will create a much-needed check on burdensome and unnecessary regulations by unelected bureaucrats.
Evan Bayh is the embodiment of cronyism and corporate welfare in Washington. After leaving office and criticizing the growing influence of special interests and corporations in Washington, Bayh joined a lobbying firm and consulted for special interests and corporations. Bayh even earned nearly a million dollars serving on the board of a bank he voted to bail out during the 2008 recession. His claims of being a fiscal conservative simply don’t square with his U.S. Senate record. And his post-Senate career epitomizes the special-interest, revolving-door culture that Americans detest.
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