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Thomas Massie Endorsed By Boone County PVA Cindy Arlinghaus

FLORENCE, Kentucky – 4th District Republican Congressional candidate Judge Thomas Massie was endorsed today by Boone County PVA Cindy Arlinghaus. Ms. Arlinghaus is Kentucky’s youngest elected PVA and the force behind HB-48, a bill correcting a flaw in Kentucky law allowing tax authorities like fiscal courts and city governments to raise your property taxes by […]

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Thomas Massie Endorsed by Campbell County Commissioner Brian Painter

FLORENCE, Kentucky – 4th District Republican Congressional Candidate Judge Thomas Massie was endorsed today by Brian Painter. Painter is the Campbell County Commissioner for District 1. In a statement, Commissioner Painter said, “So why do we need him as our congressman? Right now we are engaged in a battle to keep our area supplied with […]

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Thomas Massie Responds to IRS Demands of TEA Party

FLORENCE, Kentucky – At a recent event, Fourth District Congressional candidate Thomas Massie was asked about the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) long delayed information request of the Kentucky 912 Project and other Liberty groups from across the country related to their non-profit tax-exempt applications. The unusual IRS demand requires these organizations to provide names of all volunteers, […]

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Massie Provides Real Solutions at Debt Ceiling Rally

New courthouses serve as political flashpoints as Ky. legislature considers debt limit With shiny new courthouses opening up across Kentucky, one congressional candidate said last week that counties need to stop building them immediately and turn them into schools. Thomas Massie, a Republican running in the 4th Congressional District, dedicated his five-minute remarks at a […]

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Thomas Massie Endorsed By Phil Moffett

Thomas Massie Endorsed By Phil Moffett Former Gubernatorial Candidate and TEA Party Favorite FLORENCE, Kentucky – “It is with great pride and optimism that I endorse Judge Thomas Massie’s run for U.S. Congress,” Moffett said in a statement.  “Thomas is a principled Constitutional conservative who understands the absolute need for reducing government spending, reducing regulation, empowering […]

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Congressional Candidate Thomas Massie Opens Florence Campaign Headquarters

Congressional candidate Thomas Massie greeted around 100 supporters at the grand opening of his Florence campaign headquarters Saturday, February 18th. He spoke to the crowd for about ten minutes outlining his platform, and he then greeted supporters individually to discuss issues and answer questions. Massie began his speech by thanking those in attendance as well […]

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Massie Campaign Opens Headquarters

The Thomas Massie for Congress campaign had a great start to the weekend with our headquarters grand opening. Over 100 people came out to celebrate and kick off the start of the campaign season.  There was a lot of enthusiasm with the crowd and we signed up many volunteers. It was great to see a lot […]

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Thomas Massie Campaign Office Grand Opening

FLORENCE — The Thomas Massie for Congress Campaign is announcing the grand opening of its Northern Kentucky campaign headquarters located in Florence. A grand opening celebration for the new office will take place on Saturday, February 18th, at the headquarters located at 267 Main Street in Florence. The event will be from 10:00 am to 12:00 […]

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Lewis Judge-Executive Files For Congressional Seat

VANCEBURG — Lewis County Judge-Executive Thomas Massie announced Monday morning he planned to file paperwork with the Secretary of State’s Office that day to become a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives for the 4th District of Kentucky. Massie said he is motivated to seek the seat because he believes Congress “is broken. We […]

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Grand old party planned

The Ledger Independent Buffalo Trace Lincoln/Reagan Day Dinner, emceed by Jill York, state representative for the 96th district, will feature speeches by candidates Thomas Massie, Alecia Webb-Edgington and Gary Moore, said Millie Bush, Buffalo Trace Lincoln/Reagan Day Dinner spokesperson. “This is the third year we have had the dinner and we are hoping it continues […]

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