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Wednesday, 04 December 2013 00:00

EUREKA:  Doug Truax has entered the March primary seeking to become Illinois’  Republican nominee for the United States Senate.  At 10:00 AM on Saturday, December 14 Doug will be in Eureka at the Woodford County Board Room immediately west of the Court House to meet with those interested in changing our state’s senatorial representative in Washington.  

Doug’s campaign, “Return to Confidence,” aims to begin the process of restoring our country’s greatness by changing prevailing Democrat strategies which sink us ever more deeply into economic stagnation and lawless government overreach.

Doug Truax was born in New Mexico, graduated from West Point and served as an Army Ranger. He, his wife and their three children live in Downers Grove. He is a businessman whose firm, Veritas Risk Services, specializes in assisting businesses dealing with healthcare costs, benefits, retirement plans and risk.  Doug is concerned for our children whose living standards and personal freedoms will be diminished as they are forced to deal with impoverishing debt and increasing government control.

The Army taught Doug that battlefield strategies must change if those strategies continually fail. A new generation of leaders is needed to replace those whose policies have not worked. At stake in the 2014 general election is the Senate seat currently held by Dick” Durbin.  Durbin was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1996 and is now the Democrat majority whip.

The event is sponsored by Woodford County Republican Volunteers. 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 December 2013 15:20
 
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