Washington, D.C. (Oct. 10, 2012) — The Asian Pacific American Republican Network, an organization founded in 2008, is touting Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who they say made a strong, substantive case for his candidacy on October 3 in Denver, CO, during his first debate with President Barack Obama.
The governor shared a specific plan that would help along the recovery of the economy and help facilitate job creation. He discussed his plans for energy independence, tax reform (including middle class tax relief), health care stability and strength, deficit reduction, education improvement, and smarter regulations.
In particular, Romney understands the challenges of small business in a way that President Obama does not. President Obama’s policies have made it too risky for small businesses to start up, expand and hire. This is a particularly important issue to the Asian Pacific American community, which includes many who own small businesses and many who aspire to one day do so.
Romney is offering a choice of policies based on the belief that America’s greatness comes from her free people and free enterprise.
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