George LeMieux is campaigning for election to the U.S. Senate here in Florida. He was appointed to the Senate in 2009, following Mel Martinez’s resignation, and he’s now running against incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson as well as several Republican candidates.
I got the chance to sit down with George last week to talk about his bid for the U.S. Senate and get his take on our economy, small businesses, the debt ceiling mess, and whether he’s related to hockey great Mario LeMieux. We recorded the interview so you can see and hear what he has to say, and I think you’ll find it pretty interesting. Click play on the video below, and be sure to leave a comment at the bottom of this page to weigh in on these topics:
By the way: Please don’t mistake this as an endorsement of George LeMieux or any other candidate. The LeMieux campaign reached out to us for this interview, and we expect that several others will now do the same. I’ll keep you posted if that happens.
Again, please leave a comment below to share your two cents on the issues addressed in the video above. Whether you agree with any of the responses or not, I love a lively debate, so let me know what you think.
Dedicated to Your Continued Success,
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P.P.S. At the end of the video, George and I talk about the Women’s World Cup — the U.S. vs. Brazil game in particular. We recorded this video early last week, so we were still hopeful of the U.S.’s chances to win the whole thing. Despite losing to Japan in the final game, we’re still proud of our U.S. women’s team. Go USA!
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