Lynn Richardson for U.S. Senate 
"One Voice, YOUR Voice."
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Thank you to the many thousands who took a chance on change in the election and voted for me.

We didn't win but I am honored that you thought I could do this job.  Kathy Szeliga is a good choice and I hope you can support her. 

Why I chose to be a candidate for U.S. Senate--

We are facing a lot of big problems. Out of control government spending, programs that are clearly unsustainable, health care issues and national security.  

Like you, I have wondered why things are such a mess in Washington. Like you, I talk to people and commiserate on the troubles I see. Now, I am not just talking. I will take the skills of 30+ years in business where I am defining goals, solving problems and implementing plans for many industries and professionals and work for YOU. 

I will LISTEN to you. 

I will go to the senate with a laser focus on building relationships, consensus and a spirit of working TOGETHER to solve problems that you want solved. Should it make a difference, I am a fiscal conservative, and a social moderate. If you are truly interested in making changes, this is a good start.

The divisiveness in Washington must end. New, practical and reasonable representatives are the only way for us to succeed.
I will bring those qualities to the job. 


One Voice-Your Voice. Please, vote for me, Lynn Richardson for US Senate.

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From City to job is to listen to you.  YOU are "We The People."
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