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U.S. Representative Sandy Adams Opposes I-4 Toll Taxes

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U.S. Representative Sandy Adams (FL-R) Opposes I-4 Toll Taxes

Sandy Adams' career includes being a member of the U.S. Air Force, an Orange County Deputy Sheriff, FL State Representative and a current Member of Congress. Sandy Adams was elected to Congress in 2010 as a TEA Party candidate that believes in smaller government and lower taxes.

Sandy Adams vs. John Mica

  • Due to recent redistricting, Congresswoman Sandy Adams and Congressman John Mica are seeking the same House seat in the 2012 election.
  • While Sandy Adams and John Mica are both Republicans, it should be noted that they have very different positions on growing the size of government, the meaning of fiscal accountability and the definition of a tax increase.
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  • Sandy Adams Opposes I-4 Toll Taxes – John Mica embraces them after he opposed them.
  • Sandy Adams Opposes Funding SunRail – John Mica embraces wasting billions of tax dollars on SunRail (aka CSX ScamRail)
  • Sandy Adams is a TEA Party Candidate – John Mica is part of the Status-Quo DC Establishment
  • Sandy Adams wants to change the culture of DC – John Mica is a 20 year fossil of the DC Culture of Corruption
  • Sandy Adams voted for H.R. 34 – Ryan Budget – John Mica lies to the public to try to discredit Sandy Adams
  • Sandy Adams is focused on reducing wasteful spending – John Mica’s motto is “It is my job to bring home the bacon”

American Statesman BTR does not endorse any candidate. American Statesman BTR is about electing Statesman/Stateswoman and evicting career politicians that game the system for their own benefit to the detriment of the American people.  American Statesman BTR continues to believe we cannot afford 2 more years of John Mica.

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