State Senator Shawn Hamerlinck Endorses Dan Dolan For Congress
Davenport, IA - Citing Dan Dolan's successful small business background and experience in the energy industry, State Senator Shawn Hamerlinck said the following when endorsing Dan Dolan's campaign for US Congress:
"Washington DC is in dire need of conservative leadership, and a successful small businessman like Dan Dolan is the right person to represent us in Congress. As owner of Dan Dolan Homes, he has proven his ability to create jobs and grow business at the local level. That experience, coupled with nearly a decade of work in the energy industry, makes Dan Dolan the right person to fix our expanding federal government. Dan is uniquely qualified to represent us in Congress and he will work tirelessly to reduce burdensome federal regulations that are hampering job growth, get our government back on a budget, and create a domestic energy policy that says no to $4.00 a gallon gas."
"I am proud to have recieved the endorsement of State Senator Shawn Hamerlinck, a great leader within our party and a fighter for job creation and sound budgeting. Shawn knows I will use my business experience to create jobs, cut the deficit and create a common sense domestic energy policy. I am excited at the growing momentum our campaign is seeing all across the second district," Dan Dolan said.
Dan Dolan is married to his high school sweetheart, Celeste. They and their five children reside in rural Muscatine County. Dan's oldest son, Kevin, recently graduated West Point and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Army. Dan is a lifetime member of the NRA and a 25 year parishioner at St. Andrews Church in Blue Grass. He serves his community as a member of the Board of Directors of the Genesis Health Systems Foundation in Davenport. Dan is a member of the National Association of Homebuilders, the National Association of Realtors, the Quad City Homebuilders Association and the National Federation of Independent Business.
For more information on Dan, click here to visit his campaign website. Click here to make a contribution and help Dan take his message of job creation all across the second district.