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Tag: Nick sundquist
By JGillman, Section Multimedia
Continuing onward we have several more candidates.
Muskegon candidate Nick Sundquist will be challenging incumbent Geoff Hansen as promised for Michigan's 34th state senate district. Hansen was one of those Republicans poisoned by the Governor's 'relentless positive surrender' assisting in the implementation of Obamacare in Michigan with his yea vote for HB4714.
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By JGillman, Section News
Activist vows to make ObamaCare vote an issue in next Republican primary
Stating that the cost of government run healthcare will be destructive by hurting the poor and middle class the most, Nick Sundquist today announced his intention to primary Senator Goeff Hansen (R-34th) because his record indicates he will continue to vote for the governments war on healthcare freedom. Sundquist believes he knows what the Republican base wants in Senator Hansen's district and what they expect in a state senator. Sundquist notes:
"It is vital that we have a state senator that actively works to keep government out of the lives of our families and businesses and work equally hard to protect the liberties and health freedom of the districts constituents."Indeed.
Senator Hansen is currently a member of the following committees:
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