Congressional Candidate Bill Hudak Suspends 2012 Campaign; Says He is Not Finished, and Will Resume the Fight in 2014

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Bill Hudak, candidate for U.S. Congress in the Massachusetts 6th Congressional District, today announced that he will suspend his campaign for Congress for the balance of 2012, and set his sights on 2014.

Bill Hudak for Congress
I need my supporters to know that I am humbled by the outpouring of support, offers to mobilize, donate, and do everything possible to insure that we win this race; and, we will, just two years later than anticipated.

Bill Hudak, http://www.hudakforcongress.com, candidate for U.S. Congress in the Massachusetts 6th Congressional District, today announced that he will suspend his campaign for Congress for the balance of 2012, and set his sights on 2014.

“A business opportunity has presented itself to me, which in addition to my active law practice will involve substantial amounts of my time and effort for the balance of the year,” said Bill Hudak.

“A run for Congress involves a full-time, focused commitment,” said Hudak. “While I can continue to raise awareness of issues, and relish the opportunity to debate both of my opponents vigorously, supporters and donors have the right to expect that their efforts and money will be rewarded by the very best effort I can put forth. At this moment, I cannot honor such a vow.”

“I started this race in July, 2009, when Washington was ruled exclusively by liberal tax and spend Democrats who were more interested in mandating health insurance than improving the health of our country,” Hudak said. “While the Republican majority in Congress has slowed the bleeding, for three years Washington has continued to ignore the economic damage which the recession has had on the bank accounts of real people – with nothing but continued political squabbling by career politicians in sight.”

Hudak said his decision to postpone his race was exceedingly difficult, and that other personal factors involving his family are also involved. These issues will become non-factors by the end of the year, leaving Hudak with a stronger foundation from which to resume the campaign in the next cycle.

Concerning whether the prospect of a primary race was a factor, Hudak said, “No, we need one here in the 6th District. In fact, the prospect of not following through and forcing Richard Tisei to be honest with his true record and motivation for running was one of my most difficult struggles in coming to this decision. I welcome the opportunity to debate the issues, and will again in 2014 if he is still involved, because my supporters know that little will change if he is elected,” stated Hudak.

“In this district, people look to me as the only true conservative, standing tall for the unborn, the traditional family, and true fiscal responsibility, and against the ‘bathroom bill’, and I will continue to fight for these issues by supporting those who the party establishment have abandoned,” Hudak said.

“For 2012, that means every new candidate for State Representative and State Senate, and every new candidate running for Republican State Committee on March 6, 2012,” said Hudak. “For State Committee, I heartily and openly endorse and ask my supporters to turn all of their attention for the next six weeks to help Kim Incampo (North Andover), Carlos Hernandez (Saugus), and Rob Aufiero (Wakefield).”

“I need my supporters to know that I am humbled by the outpouring of support, offers to mobilize, donate, and do everything possible to insure that we win this race; and, we will, just two years later than anticipated,” said Hudak.

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