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Republican Kennedy Starts Bid for 6th Parliamentary District Seats | Local News

Thornbury — Self-proclaimed conservative Republican Bob Kennedy, 29, wants to leave incumbent US Congressman Chrissy Houlahan (D-6 in Easttown).

The chemical engineer donated seed money to the campaign and quit his job to run it full-time.

“I will fight harder than anyone else to fix the broken government and protect our rights,” he said.

Basketball players and residents of Thornbury said they would appeal to compelling swing voters such as moderates, independents, minorities and young people.

“I’m the right person to reach out to those swing voters and pursue conservative goals,” he said. “Change only happens when everyone demands it.”

Kennedy’s priorities include amending what he said as our broken government by enacting term limits.

He prefers to quit Gerrymandering because he has no children. Kennedy said district boundaries should reflect existing county boundaries wherever possible.

He also wants to end the party’s impasse by making parliamentary elections more competitive through reforms.

Kennedy aims to grow the economy with low taxes and free markets and “stop reckless spending so that national debt does not bankrupt the country.”

Candidates want to find a balance between places where politicians are always interested in short-term reelections rather than long-term revisions.

“The overall political system works great for politicians,” said enthusiasts of geography and history podcasts. “The parliamentary approval rate is always around 20%, but incumbents have a 95% chance of being re-elected.

“It’s up to us to force them to support or vote for political reform,” he said.

Pennsylvania’s Sixth Parliamentary District includes all of Chester County and much of southern Berks County, including Reading.

For more information www.bobkennedyforcongress.com

Republican Kennedy Starts Bid for 6th Parliamentary District Seats | Local News

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