Contact:Bob Harris
Email:keepconservativesunited@gmail.com


Mark Walker makes a good impression in his TV ad. He's likeable. But flashing scandal titles on the screen like Fast and Furious, Benghazi and NSA doesn't mean you're tough enough for the Obama Machine .

And his big spending record in Greensboro proves Mark Walker isn't tough enough for Washington.


As a qualification for Congress, Mark Walker says ''I was appointed to the Greensboro City Council’s War Memorial Commission that oversees the Greensboro Coliseum and other venues. I work with the budget/finance team within the commission ''http://walker4nc.com/profile/view/MarkWalker


BUT THE GREENSBORO COLISEUM MARK WALKER OVERSEES LOSES MILLIONS.

2012 2013 2014 (projected)

Spending $24,347,659 $24,838,184 $24,998,278


Revenue $22,447,659 $22,623,184 $22,783,278


Deficit $1,900,000 $2,215,000 $2,215,000

Greensboro City Budget 2013,http://www.cityofgreensboro.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=20871




Big spending. Big deficits. That's Mark Walker's record as a Greensboro Coliseum Commissioner. He's a good man. But if Mark Walker can't balance the budget at the Greensboro Coliseum, how can he balance the budget in Washington?


Only one conservative candidate for Congress has actually achieved results accomplishing conservative goals. District Attorney Phil Berger.

District Attorney Phil Berger defended the Constitutional Amendment defining marriage from the left-wing's false attacks. He stood up to the race hustlers, working with DAs in both parties to repeal the law that had opened the door for the worst of murderers to get off death row.

Berger helped gun owners win legislation strengthening 2nd Amendment rights and beat the bureaucracy to help parents open the first charter high school in Rockingham County.

When we're losing our freedoms and our economy, Phil Berger Jr. stands out as results oriented conservative. Instead of fighting for change, Mark Walker followed the crowd and sent taxpayers the bill for the Greensboro Coliseum's red ink. And Bruce VonCannon? Well, don't get me started on jobs going to China.

 



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