President Clinton visits Lehigh Valley to support Mayor John Callahan's campaign to attract jobs and cut government deficits
Successful event raises approximately $150,000 from 502 supporters - 400 contributions were $150 or less
BETHLEHEM, PA. - Today President Bill Clinton visited the Lehigh Valley to support Mayor John Callahan's campaign for Congress. At the event, which raised approximately $150,000 from 502 individual supporters, President Clinton spoke about Mayor Callahan's record of bringing over 5,000 jobs to the Lehigh Valley and cutting $60 million in city spending. Of the 502 supporters at the event, approximately 400 made contributions of $150 or less.
“I'm running for Congress because I want to return this country to the economic prosperity that we experienced under President Clinton,” said Mayor John Callahan. “President Clinton turned budget deficits into surpluses and created an economic environment where 22 million jobs were created and I'm honored to have his support.”