Senator Mark Kirk, Rodney Davis Meet, Discuss Pending Fiscal Cliff

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Kirk says Davis will be effective in cutting spending, keeping taxes low, and restarting economy
HIGHLAND PARK- 13th Congressional District nominee Rodney Davis met with U.S. Senator Mark Kirk at the Senator’s home in Highland Park this week to discuss major issues facing the federal government, including the pending fiscal cliff, taxes, and out of control spending. During the meeting, Senator Kirk expressed his strong support for Davis’ campaign.

“Rodney Davis will be a common sense leader in Congress,” said Senator Kirk. “I look forward to partnering with him to help our country tax less, borrow less, and spend less.”

“I’m honored Senator Kirk took time to discuss important issues facing our state with me,” said Davis. “I look forward to going to Congress and working with Senator Kirk when he returns to the Senate.”

Kirk and Davis spoke for about an hour and discussed a wide array of issues, including government spending, debt, and their opposition to the expiration of the Bush tax cuts which would lead to a tax increase on all Americans.

Rodney Davis, 42, has lived in the 13th District nearly his entire life. He married his high school sweetheart, Shannon. They and their three children live in Taylorville. To learn more about Rodney’s campaign to work aggressively in Congress to end overspending, address the nation’s skyrocketing debt, and work to improve the economy to provide a better quality of life for the families of Illinois’ 13th Congressional District, visit www.electrodney.com.

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