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Keith Mallory Holbrook
Biography of Senate Candidate Keith Mallory Holbrook
“My name is Keith Mallory Holbrook and I am running for United States Senator for California in 2012.
I was born on July 5th 1974 in Long Beach, California. My Father Hartly, was a construction worker most of my life. My Mother Mary was a homemaker. My Father passed away in 2005 and my Mother in 2007.
Like my Father, I have been a Middle Class, Blue Collar worker the majority of my adult life. I am currently employed as a Senior Chemical Plant Technician; a job I have held since 1999.
I have been through, and I’m currently going through, the same problems as so many Americans are today. I’m a single parent, I’ve been divorced, I’ve filed for bankruptcy, and my education is that of California’s High School Equivalency (GED).
I represent the Middle Class. I want to make the opinions and feelings of the Middle Class heard in Washington, D.C. I am not a career politician, as a matter of fact; I have no political experience at all. Nor am I a wealthy CEO or heir to a family fortune. I am a concerned American trying to make a difference. I am not interested in being a politician. I’m a leader, and I’m interested in writing legislation that I feel is in the best interest of this country and its citizens.
I am not here to tell people what they want to hear. I am here to tell people what I believe in. I will not make promises that I don’t know I can keep. I would be 1 of 100 Senators. Change can not be made without the support of my fellow legislators. I do promise to write legislation and to vote based on what I believe in.
Finally, I want only one term in office. I want to go to Washington, accomplish what I can in one term, then leave. I am not interested in becoming a career politician.
I am faced with an uphill battle with this bid for office. It takes millions of dollars to run a competitive campaign. I need as many people as possible to not only contribute financially, but to let others know about me and my campaign.”
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