JACK KEMP ENDORSES JOHN MCCAIN FOR PRESIDENT
ARLINGTON, VA — U.S. Senator John McCain’s presidential campaign today announced that Jack Kemp has endorsed John McCain for president.
“I am proud to support John McCain for president,” said Jack Kemp. “John McCain is the only candidate who can be trusted to cut taxes, eliminate wasteful spending and enact conservative pro-growth policies to expand the economy. John McCain is the best choice to lead America to a more prosperous and secure future.”
John McCain thanked Mr. Kemp for his support, stating, “I appreciate the support of my friend Jack Kemp. As an architect of the Reagan tax cuts and champion of pro-growth policies, I value Jack’s advice and counsel.”
Jack Kemp served as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under President George H.W. Bush and as a member of Congress from New York for 18 years. A strong proponent of supply side economics, Mr. Kemp co-authored the 1981 Reagan tax cuts and later co-founded Empower America, a free-market think tank. He serves as a nationally syndicated columnist on economic and foreign policy issues.