Thaddeus McCotter Is Out And Endorses Mitt Romney

Presidential candidate Thaddeus McCotter has announced in a letter to supporters that he will be dropping out of the Presidential race. “Today, effective immediately, I have withdrawn my candidacy to become the Republican Party’s nominee for the Office of President of the United States of America.” McCotter offers some solutions to help the Republican party win the next election. McCotter says, “We cannot unite America if we divide the movement of Principled Conservatism. The time has come for the Tea Party and the Republican Party to come together to serve and save this great nation. Thus, upon having withdrawn my candidacy, I have endorsed Governor Mitt Romney to become our Republican Party’s nominee. We must unite behind the candidate best capable of defeating Barack Obama on November 6, 2012—Mitt Romney is that candidate.” McCotter plans to stay on in his current position saying, “I have decided to seek re-election to continue to serve as your United States Representative for Michigan’s new 11th Congressional District; and, I am committed to promoting and implementing a platform of principled conservatism.”

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