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Eric Hovde, a Wisconsin businessman, has announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin.

He emphasizes the need for fresh ideas and unity in addressing issues like the economy, healthcare, and crime.

“It’s official. I’m in! I’m not a politician, and that’s a good thing. It’s time for fresh ideas and leaders who will work to solve the issues that divide us,” Hovde wrote on X.

Hovde, a multi-millionaire, aims to bring common-sense solutions and restore the American Dream.

His background as a job creator is seen as a strength by the National Republican Senatorial Committee.

“I’m running for the U.S. Senate because I’m tired of constant division and finger pointing by politicians. It’s time to send a fighter to Washington who will work to find common ground and restore the American Dream,” Hovde wrote.

Hovde expressed concerns about the country’s current state and believes in the potential to rebuild and restore the American Dream through unity and perseverance.

“Do you feel like America is slipping away? Our country is facing enormous challenges: our economy, our health care, crime, and open borders. Everything is going in the wrong direction. All Washington does is divide us and talk about who’s to blame. And nothing gets done,” Hovde said.

“That’s not the country I know and love,” he said.

“I believe we need to come together and find common-sense solutions, to restore America,” he said.

“Eric Hovde’s experience as a job creator rather than a career politician makes him a strong candidate to flip Wisconsin’s Senate seat this year,” National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Sen. Steve Daines said.

“I’m pleased to see Eric enter this race and look forward to welcoming him to the U.S. Senate,” Daines said.

“I was born at a time when our country was strong — economically, socially, and viewed with enormous respect internationally,” businessman Scott Mayer said.

“Now, like many other Americans, I feel like I’m watching that great country diminish as the American Dream becomes further and further out of reach for too many of my fellow citizens,” he said.

“The economic path we’ve been on and the corruption that has been running rampant in Washington, D.C. for the last 15 years, coupled with the disastrous last four years under Joe Biden’s administration … I don’t recognize my country anymore.”

“But it doesn’t have to be that way. I believe that we can restore the American Dream by coming together as Americans to solve the problems we face, rebuild our economy, strengthen our communities, and provide strength internationally. It is only through unity and perseverance that we can restore the American Dream for future generations,” he said.

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