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Allan Bense endorses Adam Hasner

Apparently if your name is Allen/Allan Florida Republican contingent is not interested in running for the U.S. senate.

Both Allen West and Allan Bense have said they will pass on the honor.

Bense, a former Florida House speaker, endorsed Adam Hasner in the GOP primary.  Hasner is a former House majority leader.

In a statement released by the Hasner camp, Bense of Panama City, takes a backhand to former U.S. Sen. George LeMieux.

“I’ve known both Adam and George throughout the years, and there’s no doubt in my mind that Adam is the principled conservative that Florida Republicans should support. Adam has a long record of standing up for mainstream, conservative principles that no other candidate in this race can match. He’s earned a reputation as a fighter and a straight-shooter who sticks to what he believes, no matter which way the political winds blow. I know he’ll go to Washington and stand up to both parties when they stray from the common sense, limited-government reforms needed to turn our country around.”

 “It’s not enough to elect just any Republican next November. Our Party needs to nominate someone who can fight against the Obama-Nelson agenda and stand shoulder to shoulder with Marco Rubio in the United States Senate. Adam Hasner has the best track record of any candidate on cutting taxes, cutting spending, and fighting for the pro-growth economic policies that we need to create jobs and re-ignite the American economy.”

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