Military wife fights to bring 'common sense solutions' back to government

Military wife runs for Washington Senate seat to bring ‘common sense solutions’ to families, youth

Republicans Senate candidate Tiffany Smiley joins ‘Fox & Friends’ to discuss her candidacy.

U.S.Senate candidate Tiffany Smiley said on 'Fox & Friends' Thursday that she is running to bring "common-sense solutions" to the unique problems of families and youth in Washington state.

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TIFFANY SMILEY: I’m running for the United States Senate to bring common-sense solutions to the unique problems that are facing Washington state families and our brilliant youth here in the state.

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Look, my opponent is a career politician. She’s been in for over thirty years and if we’ve seen anything over the last year, it’s that people are struggling. I’m a mom, I’m a nurse, I’m a caregiver, I’m a small business owner, and I am talking to people every single day in our great state and they are struggling. Career politicians are not the answer to our future.

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Sixteen years ago this month, I walked into my husband’s hospital room in Walter Reed Medical Center and told him he would never see again. That day I went up against the United States Army and told them I would not sign his medical retirement paperwork.

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I have a proven record of taking on the government and winning for the greater good of people. I took on the VA when others said it was impossible and that I was actually wasting my time, but we won. So I have no doubt going into the future that we can do great work here in Washington state, and I am ready to be that voice.

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