Broihier Brings Military And Farming Experience To Senate Race

Democratic United States Senate candidate Mike Broihier says he wants to bring the experience of a Marine veteran and a farmer to the Senate.

Broihier was in Hopkinsville Wednesday to speak to the Christian County Democrat Women’s Club and Pennyroyal Indivisible during an event at Hopkinsville Brewing Company. Broihier says he is the first farmer and veteran to run against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and wants to put his experience to work.

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Broihier says one of the major issues on the minds of voters is health care.

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He says he is also concerned about the repeal of federal regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Broihier is a farmer from Lincoln county. He is also a former newspaper editor and a retired Lt. Colonel in the U. S. Marines.
Broihier will face Democrats Amy McGrath, Charles Booker and other candidates in the May Primary Election, with the winner to likely face Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in the November General Election.

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