Harrisburg, Pennsylvania — Marc Scaringi, candidate for the Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania, received the endorsement of Liberty-Candidates.org, a group dedicated to supporting candidates who are committed to restoring the nation to its Constitutional foundations.
Per the group’s press release, Scaringi was evaluated based on the following criteria: support for individual liberty, Constitutional government, sound money, free markets, and a non-interventionist foreign policy. Receiving the endorsement, “is the hallmark of a true liberty candidate.” Adding, “With candidates like Marc Scaringi serving the people at the city, county, state and federal level, there is real hope for change in America.” The organization’s mission is consistent with the goals of the Campaign for Liberty. The endorsement makes Scaringi eligible to participate in the Liberty Candidates online fundraising efforts.
Scaringi responded to the endorsement, “I am very pleased to receive the Liberty Candidates endorsement. I entered this race well over a year ago because I want to be part of restoring the governing principles that made this country the strongest and most prosperous in the world. I believe strongly that our nation must return to its constitutional foundation, which is based on the belief in limited government and personal liberty. The Big Government policies, supported by Senator Casey and members of both political parties during the last several years, are bankrupting America–stealing our hope and future. It’s time to restore freedom to America.”
In late February, Scaringi received the endorsement of the Republican Liberty Caucus: a group which endorsed Senators Pat Toomey, Rand Paul, Jim DeMint and Mike Lee in 2010. The RLC is an organization dedicated to backing candidates who support limited constitutional government and individually liberty. Scaringi also received the endorsement of 2010 Alaskan U.S. Senate Republican nominee Joe Miller last fall, who is a favorite among libertarians and constitutional conservatives.