The release describes Henshaw as a “conservative Republican who will fight for limited government, lower taxes, and less government regulation.”
Full release, after the jump:
WHAT: On January 16, 2014, Kelly Henshaw will announce his candidacy for the 94th State Legislative District. At the press conference, Kelly will make a formal announcement statement, to be followed by questions from the press. The press conference will also be attended by members of the Kelly Key Leader team, all of whom will make themselves available for questions from the press.
WHO: Kelly Henshaw, candidate for the Pennsylvania State Legislature from the 94th District.
WHEN: January 16, 2014
WHERE: Bethany House
131 West Broadway
Red Lion, PA 17356
(Parking available in rear and side)
WHY: Kelly Henshaw is a conservative Republican who will fight for limited government, lower taxes, and less government regulation. Once in office, Kelly is committed to being a “citizen legislator,” pledging to fight for government reforms that will:
- Eliminate lavish taxpayer-funded pension and benefits that now pad the pockets of so many politicians who stay in Harrisburg and become career politicians.
- Restrict taxpayer-funded newsletters and public service announcements that seek only to re-elect politicians at the cost of the taxpayer.
- Refuse to accept one dime in pay raises or automatic annual cost of living adjustments legislators continually vote themselves.
- Help establish strict term limits that will keep career politicians from insulating and isolating themselves from the people they are elected to serve.
Two years ago, in his first run for state political office, Kelly lost by barely 1,000 votes to an entrenched 20-year career politician who has consistently voted for higher taxes and bigger government. Kelly Henshaw says his philosophy of government can be summed up in the following:
“Ronald Reagan said, ‘A man is not free unless government is limited. There’s a clear cause and effect here that is as neat and predictable as a law of physics: as government expands, liberty contracts.’ My opponent has spent 20 long years expanding government. I intend to help turn the tide back towards liberty for all.”