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My Christian faith, my wife, and my two beautiful young boys – they're why I get up in the morning. I'm inspired to work hard to provide for my family, and I'm guided by my belief in God and the tenets of my faith, especially when things get tough.
Right now in America, things are tough, and I believe faith and family is the answer. That's why I'm running for U.S. Senate.
I want to take this conservative message to a national audience.
We need to fight for faith and family in America again. Help me take a message of faith and family to Washington.
Since the age of 17, I've been dedicated to service. I worked my way through West Point, became a U.S. Army Ranger, and commanded Apache helicopters over Baghdad during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Then I returned home to Detroit, took over my family's business, created 100 jobs in my community, and increased our revenue by more than $100 million.
Faith, family and service – they go hand in hand. I served our country in the armed forces out of a sense of duty, because I wanted to protect my family and yours – and our American family.
Now, I'm ready to serve again, because this is a crucial time in the life of our nation and our world. Washington is broken at a time when we can least afford it. I'm concerned for families across this country, and I believe I have the right background to bring people together and speak a message that has gotten lost over the years: faith and family can heal what ails this country.