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New GOP contender in 6th District

April 9th, 2012 by Steven Gardner

Stephan Brodhead becomes the latest Republican to announce his intention to run for Congress in the 6th District.

Brodhead’s press release announcing his run emphasizes his belief that the 6th District military bases need to remain strong. From his email announcement:

“In great measure, our representative must be strongly familiar with defense related technologies and its application to ‘Post-Cold War reality.’ The competence of our representation influences the quality of our future military. It influences our Northwest economy. We must get it right. We must continue to move forward. Hiring a representative with zero military experience or awareness of our DOD system makes absolutely no sense.”

Brodhead frames all of this from his own family’s military history, including his own. Brodhead, whose campaign site is here, also ran for Congress in Oregon’s 1st District in 2010, losing in the primary.

We’ll get more from all the candidates after they officially file in May. Brodhead joins Doug Cloud and Jesse Young in the Republican party. State Sen. Derek Kilmer, D-Gig Harbor, remains the only Democrat yet to declare and file with the Federal Elections Commission.

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One Response to “New GOP contender in 6th District”

  1. James M. Olsen Says:

    Welcome aboard Mr. Broadhead. You will have your work cut out for you but I look forward to the top-two primary identifying two (2) GOP contenders. Mr. Kilmer needs to stay put. Again, thanks for running and we look forward to hearing about you. Run hard, hit hard and use sharp elbows where and when necessary.

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