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NASHVILLE – Believe in Service, political action committee founded by Iraq war veteran James Mackler, today announced Americana musicians Will Hoge and Becky Warren will help raise money at a benefit for the organization on Monday, June 25th. Believe in Service supports U.S. Senate candidates across the country to help protect national service programs such as AmeriCorps and Legal Aid – both targeted for near elimination in President […]

“Across Wisconsin, thousands upon thousands of people are answering the call to service, helping bring our communities together and creating new opportunities for our neighbors,” said Senator Baldwin. “We must make sure these Wisconsinites are supported in their missions to make a difference and I’m excited to be joined in this effort by Believe in Service and James Mackler, a veteran whose life work is defined by a selfless drive to serve and help others.”

“As I crisscross the state, I am humbled to meet Tennesseans like James Mackler who are deeply committed to serving our nation,” said Gov. Phil Bredesen. “It is an honor to receive the endorsement of Believe in Service, and I look forward to seeing its continued growth and doing my part to support service programs as a United States Senator from Tennessee.”

“National service programs like AmeriCorps provide young people with valuable skills, job opportunities, and a chance to make their communities a better place to live,” said Senator Stabenow. “I thank James Mackler for his service to our nation and his ongoing commitment to give the next generation of leaders an opportunity to serve our nation.”

“I’m honored to receive the endorsement of Believe in Service,” said Sen. Sherrod Brown. “James Mackler is a friend and inspiration — a combat veteran who risked his life for this nation and dedicated his career to the public good. Service unifies us as Americans, and reminds us of the power we carry when we work together. Protecting and expanding national service programs is vital to our country’s future, and I am proud to stand for them in the Senate.”

“I am grateful to earn Believe in Service’s endorsement and am thankful for their commitment to strengthening community service programs,” said Rep. Kyrsten Sinema. “I’m running for the United States Senate because I owe a large debt to my country. I got my shot and now I want to help others get theirs. I look forward to working with Believe in Service to ensure all Arizonans can achieve the American dream.”