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    Hudson Files for Re-election

    RALEIGH – U.S. Representative Richard Hudson (NC-08), one of the most conservative members of Congress, today officially submitted his paperwork to run for re-election.

    “I’m running for re-election to continue to be a conservative, common sense voice for the people of North Carolina’s 8th District,” said Hudson.

    Hudson continued, “Now more than ever, we need conservative leaders who will stand up to the Washington elites and fight for what we need here in North Carolina — tax cuts for working families, rebuilding our military, taking care of our veterans and standing up for our Second Amendment rights.”

    The 2018 Primary Election date is May 8th and the General Election is November 6th. Hudson had several notable achievements in 2017, including helping pass the largest middle-class tax cuts in more than three decades, increasing military funding for Fort Bragg and authoring the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, which has been called “the greatest gun rights boost since the ratification of the Second Amendment.”

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