Republican Brian Ellis announces primary run against U.S. Rep. Justin Amash
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Patrick Center October 9, 2013 | WGVU Brian Ellis is a 53-year old financial advisor who founded Brooktree capital Management and previously served as president of a west Michigan food processing business. As a small business owner, Ellis says he understands economic issues and would support legislation for increased job creation across the 3rd District.In his news release, Brian Ellis explains,
“Congressman Justin Amash has turned his back on (our) conservative principles” and that he will, “Advance conservative solutions by voting to balance the budget, reduce the tax burden, expand American energy sources, and defend the right to life and our Constitution.”
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