• Hudson Files for Re-election

    Pledges to Continue to Fight for Jobs in North Carolina’s 8th District

    RALEIGH, N.C. – 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, “As I travel across the district, I hear time and again from folks who are working harder than ever, but struggling to make ends meet because of the Obama administration’s top-down, big-government policies. I will continue to fight for a smaller, more limited federal government that empowers the economy in North Carolina to grow and provide good-paying jobs for folks across the state.”

    The filing period in North Carolina opens today and runs until December 21st.  The 2016 Primary Election date is March 15th and the General Election is November 8th. National Journal rated Hudson the 12th most conservative member of the U.S. House of Representatives during the 113th Congress.


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