Combat Veterans For Congress PAC Backs Veteran Dave McCormick for Pennsylvania Senate Seat

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PHILADELPHIA, PA — This week, Pennsylvania Senate candidate Dave McCormick procured a significant endorsement from the Combat Veterans For Congress PAC. This political action committee, with a laudable reputation for promoting veterans with fiscal conservatism and a commitment to America’s founding ideals, has put its weight behind McCormick, lauding his potential to effectively represent Pennsylvania in the Senate.

Joseph R. John, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Combat Veterans For Congress, praised McCormick for his understanding of the challenges faced by U.S. Armed Forces personnel, his commitment to support them irrespective of their duty status, and his intention to ensure their welfare. He underscored McCormick’s varied experiences in the private and public sectors, coupled with his military skills and common sense as a grounding for tackling governmental issues.

In his statement, McCormick expressed his gratitude for this endorsement, noting how his time at West Point and service in the 82nd Airborne Division cultivated his understanding of duty, honor, and service to his country. These experiences, he said, shaped him as a leader and provided direct insight into how Congress could further assist our servicemen and women.

McCormick’s journey towards this Senate race started in his hometown of Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, where he became the first to attend the United States Military Academy at West Point in decades, thanks to a nomination from a Pennsylvania Senator. His West Point days were distinguished with his involvement in the varsity wrestling team and earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering. After graduation, his military career took flight, leading to service in the 82nd Airborne Division as a paratrooper, deployment to the Middle East during the First Gulf War, and distinguished service in Iraq earning him the Bronze Star before retiring as a Captain.

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The Combat Veterans For Congress PAC, citing McCormick’s unwavering and dedicated commitment, believes in his capacity to restore the nation to the greatness that our Founding Fathers envisioned. Their endorsement also emphasizes a broader mission: to support veterans who believe in limited government, fiscal conservativism, staunch defense of the Constitution, and the importance of individual rights as laid out in the Bill of Rights. Candidates who advocate the Free Enterprise System, strong national defense, and the teaching of U.S. history and our Founding Fathers’ core values in schools are deemed worthy of their backing.

McCormick, a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, and the West Point Association of Graduates, has given a significant part of his life in the service of his country. His military decoration boasts of the Bronze Star Medal, the Army Achievement Medal (two Oak Leaf Clusters in lieu of 3rd Award), Ranger Tab, Senior Parachutist Badge, Sapper Leader Tab, along with other Campaign and Service Medals, establishing him as a Combat Veteran of high caliber.

This endorsement signals a noteworthy recognition for McCormick and could prove influential in his campaign. McCormick’s record of service, leadership, and commitment to the ideals of the nation might indeed resonate with voters in Pennsylvania and beyond, considering the reverence citizens have for individuals who dedicate their lives to the service of the nation. McCormick’s journey from Bloomsburg to the U.S. Senate race manifests the possibilities of American Dream – a narrative that might win hearts and ballots this election season.

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