The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

Less than two weeks be­fore the midterm elec­tions, John Bolton re­mains a stal­wart support to na­tional se­cu­rity can­di­dates who stand for strong de­fense and a sturdy U.S. pres­ence on the global stage. Dozens of hope­fuls fall into an emerg­ing breed of politi­cians who could re­as­sure vot­ers alarmed over cur­rent events.

To date, the for­mer UN am­bas­sador has en­dorsed 86 Repub­li­can can­di­dates and do­nated $465,000 to their causes through a pair of very ac­tive po­lit­i­cal ac­tion com­mit­tees. Eleven House hope­fuls got some cash and a pat on the back this week from Mr. Bolton, in­clud­ing Reps. Mike McCaul of Texas, Rick Allen of Ge­or­gia and Mar­i­an­nette Miller-Meeks of Iowa.

“The United States stands at the fore­front of man­ag­ing some of the most dire and chal­leng­ing threats to global sta­bil­ity and lib­erty. The Amer­i­can peo­ple need well in­formed decision mak­ers in Congress who will work tire­lessly to de­fend our core strate­gic in­ter­ests abroad,” Mr. Bolton ob­serves.

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