Romney Campaign Press Release - 50 Ideas To Change Washington: A Strategy For A Stronger America
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Boston, MA – Today, Governor Mitt Romney released his Strategy for a Stronger America, a compilation of his policy proposals to bring conservative change to Washington and meet the new generation of challenges confronting our nation.
Introducing the Strategy for a Stronger America, Governor Romney wrote: "Our future depends on our willingness to hold to the principles that have guided and built our nation. It depends on the character and sacrifices of the American people. And it depends on leadership to craft and implement a Strategy for a Stronger America."
The Strategy for a Stronger America describes the challenges our nation is facing and Governor Romney's specific policy proposals to meet those challenges. Since January 2007, Governor Romney has outlined more than 50 different policy proposals.
From defeating violent Jihadists to protecting traditional values, Governor Romney believes we can build a stronger America by taking Washington apart and putting it back together based on conservative principles that strengthen our national defense, our economy and our families.
The Strategy for a Stronger America document is a compilation of Governor Romney's policies and speeches that lay out the path forward if the United States is to maintain its leadership in the world. In the coming weeks and months, Governor Romney will continue discussing and outlining his policy agenda and initiatives to change Washington and build a stronger nation.
Strategy For A Stronger America Resources:
- To Read The Strategy For A Stronger America, Please See: http://www.mittromney.com/Issue-Watch/Strategy
- To Download The Strategy For A Stronger America, Please See: http://www.mittromney.com/img/pdf/SSA/Romney_StrongerAmerica_Booklet.pdf
Mitt Romney, Romney Campaign Press Release - 50 Ideas To Change Washington: A Strategy For A Stronger America Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/296477