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U.S. Senate: Harold Shudlick


SNAPSHOT
Harold Shudlick launched his campaign for U.S. Senate on July 22, 2005. Shudlick, a Vietnam veteran and former chaplin in the U.S. Army, is among some Republicans who are critical of party leaders' early conclusion that Rep. Mark Kennedy will be the GOP Senate candidate. He's been traveling throughout the state meeting with Republican activists. Shudlick says his main issues revolve around tightening immigration and preserving what he calls "American culture." He says Kennedy has voted for too much federal spending. He's also critical of his fellow Republican's positions on some trade issues. In the 2006 September primary, Shudlick, who barely campaigned, received a little over 3-percent of the vote.

Candidate Bio

Ford Bell
Political affiliation:
Republican Party
Born:

Personal:
Married to Barbara; four adult daughters.
Resides in Apple Valley.
Occupation:
Retired minister.
Education:
Major political experience:

Campaign Contribution Report

Total receipts
$23,230
Total disbursements
$22,515
Cash on hand
$415
Source
Federal Election Commission - July 2006

Links and Resources

Campaign Web site:
Document shudlickforsenate.com

Candidate Pages

Another Democrat is entering the 2006 race for U.S. Senate. Veterinarian Ford Bell formally launches his campaign Friday. On the Republican side, Vice President Dick Cheney will be in Minnesota raising money for Rep. Mark Kennedy, who's also running for Senate. (07/22/2005)