- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 22, 2014

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 U.N. 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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