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Big dogs lining up with Adam Hasner



Republican U.S. Senate candidate Adam Hasner has landed some heavyweight money men to serve as "South Florida Team Leaders:" Auto dealerships owner Norman Braman; developer and former Ambassador Al Hoffman; developer and former Ambassador Ned Siegel; developer and former ambassador Earl Mack.

It's a group that will help Hasner make the case that the GOP establishment is coalescing around the former legislator, over George LeMieux and the other longshot candidates. Braman, Hoffman, Mack and Siegel join join Joe Cardenas, Dr. Jeffrey Feingold, Joel Hoppenstein, Mike Milin, Greg Young, and Dr. Jeffrey Zipper, already serving on Hasner's South Florida Team.

"I can say without question that Adam Hasner is far and away the best candidate we can send to Washington to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Senator Marco Rubio," said Ambassdor Hoffman. "Adam is the only candidate in this race who has consistently demonstrated mainstream conservative principles and who can be trusted to go to Washington and fight for those principles."

"Adam is a lifelong conservative and someone who has a solid limited-government record," said Norman Braman. "Washington needs principled leaders like Adam who will work to cut spending, reform our tax code, and put in place pro-growth economic policies."


[Last modified: Wednesday, August 3, 2011 2:10pm]


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