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Friday, December 21, 2007


Today, U.S. Congresswoman Virginia Foxx announced her endorsement of Governor Mitt Romney for President of the United States.

Joining Romney for President, Representative Foxx said, "While the North Carolina primary may not be for several months, our party will begin the process of selecting our nominee in just a few short days. The choice confronting Republicans could not be clearer. We need Governor Romney's leadership, experience, vision and values. He stands for what makes America great. He fought to enforce our immigration laws, reform health care and protect our values. This is leadership I am proud to endorse."

Welcoming Congresswoman Foxx, Governor Romney said, "In just a few short years, Congresswoman Foxx has distinguished herself as a strong conservative leader in the United States House of Representatives. The people of North Carolina's Fifth Congressional District should be honored to have her as their representative. I look forward to working with her to advance conservative change in Washington."

Background On Congresswoman Virginia Foxx:

Dr. Virginia Foxx Is Serving Her Second Term Representing North's Carolina's 5th Congressional District In The United States House Of Representatives. During her time in Congress, Dr. Foxx has championed conservative values, fought to enforce our immigration laws and to cut government spending. National Journal ranked her the most conservative member of the North Carolina Congressional delegation. Dr. Foxx serves on the House Committees on Agriculture, Government Reform, and Education and the Workforce. Prior to serving in Congress, she spent 10 years in the North Carolina Senate. Dr. Foxx was President of Mayland Community College and was an administrator and teacher at Appalachian State University. Dr. Foxx also served as Deputy Secretary for Management in the N.C. Department of Administration.

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