E.J. Pipkin on Principles & Values

Work hard to achieve the American Dream

State Senator E.J. Pipkin, candidate for the U.S. Senate, began a statewide media campaign today launching a radio ads across the state which highlight the core values on which he was raised.

The son of an electrician and a cafeteria worker Pipkin grew up in Dundalk where early on he learned the value of hard work delivering the Dundalk Eagle door to door, flipping burgers at McDonald's, and working construction so that he could go to college

"Early in life, my parents taught me that if I worked hard I could achieve the American Dream. And they were right. I want to make sure our children and grandchildren will be able to have that same opportunity. They deserve good paying jobs, a quality education, cleaner rivers and a healthier Chesapeake Bay."

Source: Press Release, "Media Campaign" Jan 7, 2004

Campaign platform-economy, education, and environment

Pipkin [laid out his] campaign platform-economy, education, and the environment-for the 2004 election. "I look forward to the next several months as we lay out our positive agenda for commonsense leadership for Maryland in the US Senate. When voters in Maryland learn that there is an alternative to Senator Barbara Mikulski, her support plummets. I give the people of Maryland an alternative to the out-of-touch, obstructionist politics of the junior incumbent Senator Barbara Mikulski," Pipkin said.
Source: Press Release, "Media Campaign" Jan 7, 2004

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