I am an independent-minded Republican who will put results before politics and challenge the broken culture in Washington. Together we can reject divisive rhetoric and political gamesmanship and restore civility to politics.
I am running for U.S. Senate because our country faces a historic crisis of unity. Rather than looking for common cause to improve the lives of hardworking Americans, divisive politicians like Sen. Elizabeth Warren drive wedges between us for their own political gain.
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For Immediate Release: Republican U.S. Senate candidate John Kingston called on Sen. Elizabeth Warren to return or donate all campaign contributions raised by Eric Schneiderman Tuesday. Schneiderman, who recently resigned as attorney general of New York over allegations of physical abuse of women, co-hosted a high-dollar fundraiser for Warren in October 2011 in New York.
For Immediate Release: Republican U.S. Senate candidate John Kingston notched a strong performance at the MassGOP Convention Saturday in Worcester, qualifying for the GOP Primary on Sept. 4. Kingston received 19 percent of the vote, surpassing the 15 percent required to qualify for the Republican Primary ballot. “Today, we took