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MRF Leaders Report – May 2008

May 29, 2008 by  

Andrews For Change

Recently the Motorcycle Riders Foundation Political Action Committee (MRFPAC) made you aware of a formidable candidate for US Senate, Rob Andrews (D-NJ) who is looking to unseat long time helmet law advocate, US Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ).
Andrews will continue his battle with Lautenberg in the final showdown on the June 3rd Democratic primary. History shows that New Jersey has not elected a Republican since 1972 and this year isn’t lining up to be any
different. So, whomever prevails as the victor on June 3rd will likely roll easily through their opponent in the general election this fall.

New Jersey voters are known as late break voters meaning the polls don’t show accurate polling numbers until a few days before the election. In the past few days, Andrews is steadily gaining in the polls which signals that this could be a good year not only for his campaign but an even better year for motorcyclists.

MRF Former Vice President of Government Relations, Wayne Curtain recently brought to light the fact that Andrews has historically been a champion for motorcycling. “In February of 1995, Congressman Don Young (R-AK), and 59 original cosponsors, introduced HR 899, the bill that repealed all Federal penalties on States that did not have mandatory helmet laws. Congressman Rob Andrews was among those 60 members of Congress who lead the charge to restore motorcyclists’ and states’ rights. Words of commitment to motorcyclists’ rights are important, but taking action is invaluable. Rob Andrews took action, 18 years ago, when motorcyclists were in a major fight. He is now in the political fight of his life and needs, and deserves, your help!” said Curtin.

Candidate Rob Andrews needs the help of motorcyclists from across the country in his battle against Lautenberg. To support Rob Andrews for Senate, visit and consider making a small donation.

Paid for by Motorcycle Riders Foundation Political Action Committee (MRFPAC) through voluntary donations from its members and their families. MRFPAC has qualified as a multi-candidate committee. MRFPAC can only solicit MRF members for donations. MRFPAC contributions are not tax deductible.

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(c)All Information contained in this release is copyrighted. Reproduction permitted with attribution. The Motorcycle Riders Foundation, incorporated in 1987, is a membership-based, national motorcyclists’ rights
organization headquartered in Washington, DC. The first motorcyclists’ rights organization to establish a full-time presence in Washington, DC, the Motorcycle Riders Foundation is the only Washington voice devoted
exclusively to the street rider. The MRF established MRFPAC in the early 1990s to advocate the election of candidates who would champion the cause of rider safety and rider freedom.

The MRF proudly claims state motorcyclists’ rights organizations and the very founders of the American riders’ rights movement among its leading members. The MRF is involved in federal and state legislation and regulations, motorcycling safety education, training, and public awareness. The MRF provides members and state motorcyclists’ rights organizations with direction and information, and sponsors annual regional and national educational seminars for motorcyclists rights activists, as well as publishing a bi-monthly newsletter, THE MRF REPORTS.



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