With his signed pledge, he’s promised to not only vote for the Constitution – “very issue. Every time. No exceptions. No excuses.” – but, he’s also promised to “introduce, sponsor, and support legislation that nullifies, within my state, actions of the federal government which exceed its Constitutional authority.”
Here’s a little more on Adnan, from his website:
As a political outsider, I look at things differently than the way most established politicians look at things. I am not burdened by allegiances to special interest groups, and I am free to think through issues logically from beginning to end. I believe in simplicity, and I believe in the United States Constitution.
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