Former congressional candidate Bill Hudak has officially announced he is running for congress in 2012. In a press release Hudak's campaign sent this morning he said was encouraged by his volunteers and supporters in the Sixth Congressional District to run again. In last November's midterm elections Hudak was defeated by then seven term incumbent Rep. John Tierney 57%-43%
Boxford, Mass., March 2, 2011: Bill Hudak, www.hudakforcongress.com, candidate for U.S. Congress in the Massachusetts 6th Congressional District, announced today that he intends to resume his campaign for a seat in the United States Congress in 2012. “After conversations with numerous advisors and campaign volunteers throughout the District, it is clear that my support remains widespread and deep. In fact, since last November I have received hundreds of e-mails and phone calls from supporters urging me to continue the fight,” stated Hudak. “Today, the issues remain the same as when I ran, only now they are more intensified, and the time to fix them has grown shorter.”
“Despite the change in national direction brought about by the 2010 Elections, Massachusetts is still represented exclusively in the House of Representatives by tax and spend liberals who continue to vote the Democratic party line and ignore the economic realities facing our nation,” Hudak said. “With our national debt now exceeding $14.25 Trillion, the unemployment rate stuck at more than 9 percent and economic growth stagnating, not one Massachusetts Representative has offered any leadership,” he concluded. “We need people in Washington who will fight to cut job-killing federal spending and restore economic growth to our nation, not just follow the tired dictates of their Party.”
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