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  • 10/25/2010

Boehner: Election a Referendum on Democrats’ Jobs-Killing Policies

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House Republican Leader John Boehner (R-OH) spent time today on The Mike Gallagher Show where he noted that this election will be a referendum on the Democrats' jobs-killing policies, that there is a lot of voter enthusiasm around the country, and that there's still a lot of work left to do over the next eight days to turn out every vote possible. Below is the audio and several excerpts:

BOEHNER ON THIS ELECTION BEING A REFERENDUM ON DEMOCRATS' JOBS-KILLING POLICIES

"They can't talk about their record. You know, this election is going to be a referendum on their job-killing policies. They know it. They're trying to do anything in the world to change the subject, but good luck. They've tried all kinds of things including demonizing me of all people. And I just don't think any of it's going to work. But you can expect that the desperate tactics over the next eight days will continue."

BOEHNER ON VOTER ENTHUSIASM AROUND THE COUNTRY

"This year I've been probably in 150 American cities and talked to tens of thousands of people. And I can tell you I see the same thing you're seeing: people are excited, they're wound up, they're engaged, and they can't wait to go vote."

BOEHNER ON THE FINAL EIGHT DAYS AND TURNING OUT THE VOTE

"We've got a lot of work to do over the next eight days. You know, elections aren't won and lost based on what the polls say, they're won or lost based on who shows up to vote. And while there's an awful lot of enthusiasm on our side during this election cycle, it's still going to take everybody making the phone calls, pounding the doors, calling their friends, calling their neighbors, calling their relatives, and getting everyone out to vote."

Boehner is on the road stumping for Republican candidates all across the country, campaigning to win a new majority that will fight to create new jobs, cut government spending, repeal and replace ObamaCare, and change the way Congress works. You can read more about this and the GOP Pledge to America by clicking here.