Tom Hanson: Candidate for Congress, 5th District
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About this candidate
Name: Tom Hanson
Family: Married, with daughter
Occupation: Commercial Real Estate: Buying, selling and leasing commercial property for CEOs, presidents and owners of private and public companies.
Political Experience: None.
What is your vision for this office?
To restore the dreams of Americans.
What is the most pressing issue facing constituents, and how can you help address it?
Why Americans must vote. This is your Constitutional Right: What you can do for your country
Are you finding yourself struggling to remain in Illinois? Does it seem like all the dreams you had about owning your own home, sending your children to good schools and someday being able to retire in your paid for home vanishing? Are you wondering what this place will be like for your children when they grow up? Why does everything have to be so hard and…expensive?
I’m Tom Hanson, a dad, a commercial real estate broker, your neighbor and I am running for US Congress in the 5th District. I was born here, but this is not the place that I was born sadly. I too am finding it hard to remain in the place that I have loved for 60+ years and that I why I am running for Congress. I want to be the voice for people like you and I that never get heard by self-serving politicians. I want you to be my boss and tell me what keeps you up at night so that I can work to make your life easier.
Who cares about Russia, who cares about the latest conspiracy theory when we are concerned with making a living and keeping our family safe. Personal safety, a good education, low taxes and being able to afford healthcare doesn’t have a race, gender, age or religion attached to it and it certainly doesn’t have a political label. I’m Tom Hanson and I am running for US Congress in the 5th District. I am your voice of reason
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