This is a picture from ten years ago. No, it’s not really Si, Phil, Jase and Willie in Louisiana. It’s my sons Eli, Will, Jake and I dressed like the Duck Dynasty guys in Weisenberg Township.
Today is Halloween, and it’s fun to pretend you’re somebody you’re not. But when politicians constantly try to fool you, it’s not so funny anymore.
I’m running against a Democratic opponent who emphatically proclaims her bipartisanship. Yet, when she was in the House Majority, Susan Wild voted with Joe Biden 100% of the time (here). That’s not bipartisanship.
Last year, Pennsylvanians elected a U.S. Senator who cultivated his image as a gritty, working-class hero from Pittsburgh. In reality, John Fetterman is a Harvard-educated businessman from an affluent suburb near York. That’s not gritty.
Why do politicians do this? Because they think you are easily fooled, and that you don’t pay attention. They know that if people understood the truth about who they are and what they stand for, they would lose their elections. So, they dress up in costumes to hoodwink the voters.
Not me. I think voters crave authenticity in their leaders and are fed up with disingenuous politicians. In fact, I’m basing my whole campaign on this premise.
I’m a military veteran, business owner, husband, and father. I’ve gained expertise in the most important issues of our time. And when I get to Washington, I’ll work for safe communities, good jobs, and strong families.
We won’t agree on every issue, but I won’t dress up to earn your vote. What you see is what you get.
Even if I do look a lot like Willie Robertson.
Keep America Free.
Kevin Dellicker, from Heidelberg Township, Lehigh County, is a Republican running for United States House of Representatives in Pennsylvania’s 7th District. He owns a technology company and is a 28-year veteran of the United States Armed Forces. To learn more about his campaign visit www.dellickerforcongress.com.
Neither military information nor photos of Kevin or Will in uniform imply endorsement of Kevin Dellicker for Congress by the Dept. of Defense or its particular military departments.
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