Mark Hurt is on the air with Pat Miller...
“Because of our generous contributors and loyal supporters, we influenced the debate on our nation’s future and helped train a new generation of young conservatives along the way,” Hurt said. “While no longer a candidate, I’m as determined as ever to ensure a commonsense conservative is elected in November.”
A pro-life candidate and a member of the Federalist Society, Hurt’s campaign website expresses what he considers more “traditional” views. Having been involved with several healthcare initiatives like the creation of healthcare savings accounts, this topic is one that Hurt finds important.
“Living here, as I said, raising a family here, going to church here and you run the business here, you hope then to explain those life experiences so that their voices are heard,” he said, “and really push forward the idea of cutting the debt and getting the government out of many areas of our lives.”
Mark Hurt, a Republican conservative from Kokomo, said he would like to see the current “unsustainable” role of the federal government reduced. He also said, “We’ve lost separation of powers” and that the executive branch has become too powerful.
“I’m a more mature person and a more qualified candidate by having that experience
in the private sector,” Hurt said. “It makes me more understanding; it gives you more experience than just passing laws and talking about theories.”