Contribute Now to Fight the Foley Five

by The Cunctator

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Mark Foley (FL-16) was known by the GOP to be a sexual predator since at least 2001.

At least five Republicans have been involved in covering up his predation. Let's replace the whole lot.

Rodney Alexander (LA-5) was the boss of one of Foley's victims -- and told only Tom Reynolds, whose job it is to keep Republican congressmen reelected.

GOP Congressional campaign chair Tom Reynolds (NY-26) told Speaker of the House Denny Hastert about Foley's behavior -- and then accepted $100,000 in hush money from Foley. Reynolds' current chief of staff, Kirk Fordham, had been Foley's campaign manager and chief of staff -- and has been advising Foley since the scandal broke.

House Majority Leader John Boehner (OH-8) admitted to learning earlier this year of Foley's predatory behavior, and admitted telling Denny Hastert but nothing else -- but then retracted his story, claiming now he "doesn't remember" whether he told Hastert or not.

Speaker of the House Denny Hastert (IL-14) knew about Foley's predatory behavior for at least a year and did nothing-- and is even now stonewalling any investigation.

Chairman of the House Page Board John Shimkus (IL-19) met with Foley in 2005, knew about Foley's predatory behavior, and never told the sole Democratic member of the Page Board about Foley. Shimkus spoke approvingly in public about Foley's interest in the pages and let him take one of them alone to dinner.



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Tim Mahoney

FL-16

Mark Foley (FL-16) was known by the GOP to be a sexual predator since at least 2001.

Tim Mahoney is a rancher, family man, entrepeneur, and former Republican with ending Abramoff-style corruption as his number one issue.

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John Laesch

IL-14

Speaker of the House Denny Hastert (IL-14) knew about Foley's predatory behavior for at least a year and did nothing-- and is even now stonewalling any investigation.

John Laesch is a Navy veteran who seeks affordable healthcare for every American and an end to the war in Iraq. I've met him, and he's a great guy unafraid of being a tough progressive.

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Jack Davis

NY-26

GOP Congressional campaign chair Tom Reynolds (NY-26) told Speaker of the House Denny Hastert about Foley's behavior -- and then accepted $100,000 in hush money from Foley. Reynolds' current chief of staff, Kirk Fordham, had been Foley's campaign manager and chief of staff -- and has been advising Foley since the scandal broke.

Jack Davis is a grandfather, engineer and successful business owner who was in both the Marine Reserves and Coast Guard. He wants to restore American jobs and correct the horrible mistake of the Iraq war.

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Mort Meier

OH-08

House Majority Leader John Boehner (OH-8) admitted to learning earlier this year of Foley's predatory behavior, and admitted telling Denny Hastert but nothing else -- but then retracted his story, claiming now he "doesn't remember" whether he told Hastert or not.

Mort Meier is a Korean War veteran, grandfather, and former Republican disgusted with the corruption of John Boehner who wants to restore economic growth and environmental protection to Ohio.

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Danny Stover

IL-19

Chairman of the House Page Board John Shimkus (IL-19) met with Foley in 2005, knew about Foley's predatory behavior, and never told the sole Democratic member of the Page Board about Foley. Shimkus spoke approvingly in public about Foley's interest in the pages and let him take one of them alone to dinner.

Danny Stover is a professor and city councilman who has fought for fiscal discipline and progressive values -- the exact opposite of his opponent.

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LA-05

Rodney Alexander (LA-5) was the boss of one of Foley's victims -- and told only Tom Reynolds, whose job it is to keep Republican congressmen reelected.

Gloria Hearn, a Democrat, is on the ballot but has not organized any significant campaign.

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