Veterans answer the call to serve, again

August 17, 2018 via U.S. News & World Report –

If Maura Sullivan and Eddie Edwards are successful in winning their respective primaries next month, they’ll be facing off in one of the most hotly-contested races for Congress in November, the eastern New Hampshire district being vacated by the retiring Democratic Rep. Carol Shea-Porter. Edwards, a Republican, and Sullivan, a Democrat, are polar opposites on lots of things: he’s a supporter of President Donald Trump, and would love his endorsement. She worked in the cabinet of Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama, and thinks Trump is putting national security at risk. Edwards would like to kill Obamacare; Sullivan wants a public option and the ability of the federal government to negotiate with prescription drug companies on prices. He’s a big Second Amendment supporter, while she’d like to ban assault weapons and pass universal background checks.

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