Enderlin running for Congress
Published 7:07 pm Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Chuck Enderlin is seeking to represent the third Congressional district of Georgia in the House of Representatives.
In the summer of 1999, Enderlin said he arrived at the Naval Academy, raised his right hand, and swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States. After graduating, Enderlin said he served for 11 years as a fighter pilot, deploying to Afghanistan and the Western Pacific.
At present, Enderlin said our nation’s political discourse is disintegrating — too many legislators are abandoning basic human decency. He said they have forgotten that they work for their constituents, not the other way around.
Enderlin said he decided to run for Congress as a Democrat because he believes the country needs servant leadership. He said his time as an officer in the military taught him that such leadership requires listening.
For the past year, Enderlin said he has met with voters throughout this district, and he has heard the same issues repeated — restoration of the middle class, concern over out-of-control healthcare costs, distress over the mistreatment of vets and fear of gun violence in schools.
He believes those issues can be addressed by electing Democrats like himself. He said he will strive to raise the minimum wage to a living wage and will labor relentlessly toward affordable healthcare by allowing every American the option of buying into Medicare.
He said he wants to see the VA fully funded because our veterans deserve nothing less than the best care we can give. He said he is unafraid to take measures that will end the gun violence epidemic in our schools.
Enderlin said these goals require dedicated effort and strong leaders who have a lifetime of servant leadership experience.
Enderlin would be honored to fight on your behalf as your next representative.