Mass. GOP’s Sullivan Kicks Off Campaign for Senate
BOSTON (AP) — Republican U.S. Sen. candidate Michael Sullivan is kicking off his campaign, pledging to work to restrain spending, get the nation’s debt under control and support strong foreign and national security policies.
Sullivan is one of three Republican running in the GOP primary and the last to jump into the race. He held his campaign kick-off Saturday at a VFW post in his hometown of Abington.
The former U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts said one of his top priorities is to reverse federal policies that he said “could hardly be more hostile to growth and opportunity if they were deliberately designed to do so.”
He also faulted Congress and President Obama for failing to deal with a soaring national debt.
Sullivan is facing fellow Republicans Daniel Winslow and Gabriel Gomez in the GOP primary April 30.