Last week, Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer filed for re-election and vowed to continue working for the hard-working people of the 3rd Congressional District by supporting legislation to create jobs, lower taxes, cut out-of-control federal spending and halt onerous government regulations that stand the way of a healthy economy.
“I have an unwavering commitment to the hard-working taxpayers of the 3rd Congressional District that has included support for legislation that provides our citizens with an opportunity to succeed based on the principles of economic freedom and financial security,” Luetkemeyer said. “By offering alternatives that will create jobs and lower taxes, we can ultimately move away from the outrageous spending and burdensome government regulations that serve as a deterrent to economic prosperity for all Americans.”
Luetkemeyer, who serves as vice chairman of the House Small Business Committee and is a member of the House Financial Services Committee, filed for Congress at the Secretary of State’s Office in Jefferson City.
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