Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Adam Lang for Philly GOP Delegate

One of my favorite Philadelphia Republicans, Adam Lang, is running to be a national delegate.  Why is he one of my favorites?  Adam is trustworthy, kind, thoughtful, steadfast in his beliefs but not dismissive of those who think differently, and has a great sense of humor.  If you are a Republican in his district, I encourage you to give him your consideration.


Adam Lang has announced he is seeking one of three Delegate positions to the 2012 Republican National Convention in the Pennsylvania 2nd Congressional District.

“While I predominantly focus on local Philadelphia area issues, we do suffer from ‘trickle –down politics’ at the national level,” says Adam Lang.  “I will go to the Convention to push for policy platform issues that are important to residents in the Philadelphia area as well as other urban areas in the United States.”

Adam Lang believes that the Republican Party needs to focus on market and data based solutions, infrastructure, on strong enforcement of civil liberties, tax reform for simplicity and fairness,  and a role of limited government, but not anti-government.

While Adam Lang has personal policy views he has been developing over the years while being a reform activist in Philadelphia, he also knows government is about serving people.

“Leading up to the Convention, I plan to host several town halls for residents in Philadelphia and Montgomery County  to come and share their beliefs and needs so we can focus on the areas we agree on and what we can and need to tackle.”

Adam Lang lives in North Philadelphia where he has been an active member of his civic association for several years.

For further information, contact Adam Lang directly or through his website at www.adamlang.com.

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