ATP warns Loudoun supervisors to vote ‘no’ on Metrorail bailout proposal

    Board members:

American Tradition Partnership’s grassroots supporters in Loudoun are telling you to vote against the proposed Dulles Metrorail project bailout in your July 3 business meeting.

Listen to them.  ATP’s grassroots supporters are a force to be reckoned with.

In just this month sixteen of eighteen Republican incumbents and candidates who refused to listen to ATP’s grassroots supporters were handed upset losses in their primaries after ATP ran its voter information campaigns in their districts.

We also recently won a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision this Monday, American Tradition Partnership v. Bullock, which expands to the state level the Court’s 2010 Citizens United v. FEC ruling allowing corporate spending in elections.

In that case, Montana’s Governor and Attorney General declared that defeating American Tradition Partnership was their top priority.  The Attorney General argued the State’s case personally.  They were handed a total loss in court.

    In three years of legal advocacy ATP has never lost a court case when it has sued a city, municipality or state – winning at the state, federal and U.S. Supreme Court levels.

ATP has one purpose: To make sure there are consequences for politicians who want to use taxpayers, mom-and-pop business owners and employers as nothing more than punching bags and ATM machines.  We can’t be shut up or shut down.

    Voters will be reminded of your vote for the next three years, and in any other race you run in the future.

Do not make the mistake other have made.  Listen to Loudoun.

   Vote “no” on the Metrorail bailout.

See you soon,

Donald Ferguson
Executive Director
American Tradition Partnership