Eric Cantor should have paid attention to constituents
CEDAR RAPIDS If only Eric Cantor had done the Grassley. House majority leader surprising primary election loss Tuesday should be a reminder to every elected official not to lose touch with their constituents, according to Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, who visits all 99 counties every year.
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That may have been because Cantor saw himself as a national Republican leader and figured being a national leader would be appreciated enough by his constituents that he didn have to do constituent contact (and) thought voters would appreciate Comprar Gh Jintropin having a representative who held a leadership position in the House, Grassley said during his weekly conference call with news reporters.
Or, Grassley said, fulfilling his leadership responsibilities didn leave Cantor enough time for constituent work.
Either way, said Grassley, who already has announced his intention to run again in 2016, a lesson to everybody that nobody is indispensable wherever you slotted. the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said he better never start to think that the of Iowa are going to appreciate that they have a Anavar Just Cardio person of some leadership and will automatically send you back. can do that. I don do that, he Equipoise In Clinical Trials said. other people have and that why they in trouble. Anavar 1 Hour Before Workout mentioning Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran, he said there is speculation that a senator who is in a runoff now has that problem. faces a June 24 runoff because neither he nor his tea party challenger captured 50 percent of the primary vote.