"I am running so I can fight, not for government that protects the tax cuts of the rich, but for government that protects the retirement security of hard working families," said Hassebrook, 56.
LYONS, Neb. — Democrat Chuck Hassebrook fired a populist blast
Tuesday, saying he would stand up against "rich and powerful interests"
if elected to the U.S. Senate.
Hassebrook argued that the
middle-class Americans were being ignored by a Washington, D.C., that
cares more about providing tax cuts to the rich, subsidizing rich
farmers and protecting big banks.
OWH: Hassebrook Makes Sen. Bid Official