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Congressman Neugebauer formally files for re-election

Provided by Neugebauer Congressional Committee

Texas' Most Conservative Congressman Randy Neugebauer formally filed his application Saturday – the first day candidates were able to file – to continue his service to the 19th District of Texas and seek re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives.

Congressman Neugebauer issued the following statement:

"We are at a critical point in our nation's history. It is not only time to end Obamacare and all of the President's other attacks on our conservative way of life here in West Texas and the Big Country, we also need to limit the size, scope, and intrusiveness of the federal government. It has been an honor and privilege to serve the people of the 19th District of Texas; it is my hope to continue this challenging job as I remain attentive and responsive to the needs and desires of those I represent. I ask constituents to renew my contract and allow me to continue to be their strong advocate for conservative ideals and principles in Congress.

I greatly value their trust and support, and once again humbly ask for their vote."

Congressman Neugebauer's campaign also released its first web video titled "He's Been Everywhere" which chronicles the Congressman's travels throughout the 19th District. Click on the link here to view the video: http://youtu.be/Rq2titUb_yk.

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