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In 1855, at Gettysburg Address, Lincoln said his cause was a "struggle for maintaining in the world, that form and substance of government, whose leading objective is to elevate the condition of men - to lift artificial weights from all shoulders - to clear the paths of laudable pursuit for all - to afford all an unfettered start and a fair change in the race of life." As Lincoln noted in the dedication to this "great task remaining before us" was the core ideology to Protect and abide by the Constitution of the United States of America. 

Now at 230+ years old, one of the oldest, the Constitution of the United States stands strong and serves as a memorial, cementing America as a formidable country, and one of the greatest on earth. 


Committee to Elect Michael Higgin
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