"KC" Kevin C. Hughes: House District 45 Special Election (June 11, Cumberland and Gray)
Apr 17, 2019
Dear Cumberland Country Republican Committee,
Thank you for letting me introduce myself to your committee last night. It was a pleasure to see some familiar faces and meet so many new people. I am truly thankful for both the opportunity to speak and for the reception I received.
I know running during this special election for the #45 Legislative Seat will be a challenge. But these are challenging times…. My personal experience running a small family business for almost 30 years has taught me about hard work. Our company would not have survived without keeping our heads down and grinding it out every single day.
We are so lucky to live in Maine-it is the most wonderful place in the world. I just want to ensure Maine stays viable from both an economic and environmental stand point. Things need to change course in Augusta for this to happen.
Thank you for your support and let’s get out the vote on June 11th! I’d appreciate your help in nudging anyone you know in Cumberland & Gray to make sure to vote!
This is my opportunity to give back.
All the best!
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