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    Hal Brown, MD For U.S. Congress House of Representatives
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ISSUES

ISSUES

The national debt, tax reform, jobs, workforce climate, limited government and strong families.

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VOLUNTEER

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SUPPORT

Your financial support helps fund our campaign and ensure that Missouri’s priorities are heard and heeded in Washington, D.C.

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Christine Umfleet, wife, mother, Christian and community volunteer endorses Dr. Hal Brown

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Millennial Landon Schnurbusch endorses Dr. Hal Brown

Retired Navy Aviator Lt. Commander Andrew & Judy Hill endorse Dr. Hal Brown for U.S. Congress

Hal Brown for U.S. Congress Platform Video Presentation

About Hal Brown, MD

Dr. Hal Brown has practiced medicine in Cape Girardeau, MO for more 30 years. He knows us and we know him. We have literally entrusted our lives to his care. He has helped us heal physically, financially and emotionally. Now Hal feels called to carry those healing priorities to a very sick Washington, D.C. He believes Missouri’s voice has faded to fly-over status as the so-called East and West coast elites further consolidate America’s wealth into fewer and fewer hands. At the same time, the national debt skyrockets and taxes become all-consuming to pay for increasingly reckless conduct. These observations have motivated Hal’s readiness to represent Missouri’s 8th District and work for real, positive change to ensure a sound future for our children and grandchildren.

Hal Brown’s Resume

Birthdate:
September 19, 1952

Birthplace:
Savannah, Georgia

Education:

1970-1972Georgia Tech
1973-1974Univ. of Georgia, B.S. Biochemistry Magna Cum Laude; post graduate medical training
1978-1981Univ. of Missouri, Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine Certification
1981-1983Univ. of Missouri, Hematology-Medical Oncology Fellowship
1983-1985Univ. of Missouri, Dermatology, American Board of Internal Medicine Certification

Profession:

1986-presentPrivate Practice, Dermatology, Cape Girardeau, MO

Marital Status: Separated
Children: Two
Faith: Roman Catholic Christian
Church: St. Vincent’s Church, Cape Girardeau, 1986 – present

Volunteer Work:

MemberSt. Vincent’s Elementary School Board – since mid-1990’s
MemberNotre Dame High School Board – 2000-2001
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    REMEMBER: August 2, 2016 is the Missouri Republican Primary. Mark your calendar.

    KEY CAMPAIGN ISSUES & PRIORITIES

    1. We must balance the budget. National debt will leave an oppressive legacy to our children and grandchildren.
    2. Spending beyond our means, fueled by wanton borrowing, poses a severe threat to our nation’s well being. We must become faithful stewards of our Nation’s blessings.
    3. Fair Tax reform should replace the current federal income tax system that has become bloated, corrupt and unmanageable.
    4. Reduce federal government cost. Relocate federal agencies in less expensive cities around the country, thus also boosting those local economies.

    National Debt

    The national debt is the most pressing issue facing our nation today. It currently stands at $19 trillion, an increase from $10 trillion in 2009 when Obama took office. At this rate the national debt in 2026 could very …READ MORE

    Healthcare

    “I would have used Congress’ constitutional power of the purse to force changes to the Obama administration’s current policies.  We should have stopped the president’s illegal push for amnesty.  Obamacare should have been defunded. No constitutional authority for Obamacare exists. It was foisted upon the American people by proven lies and deception. The role of the federal government in healthcare must be determined by the consent of the governed, not by an arrogant few…”

    Taxation Reform

    The Fair Tax is a means of taxation which is strikingly different in approach from our current tax system and from the various flat tax systems which have been advocated by many public figures including Dick Armey and Richard Shelby….READ MORE

    Immigration

    The immigration laws of our country should be respected. Immigration in the past consisted of men and women from other countries immigrating to the United States because they wanted to become Americans, not because …READ MORE

    Jobs

    Although the unemployment rate  has finally fallen to approximately  5%, there are many more people who are not in the workforce now than usual. If these people were back in the workforce, a more accurate unemployment rate…READ MORE

    Family

    “It is our families that should drive change.  It is our children and our grandchildren who will feel the effects of our irresponsible actions now. Abortion of the unborn is a reprehensible immorality. The federal government has no business funding such violence against the innocent.”

    Click the U.S. Debt Clock below to see it LIVE.

    The national debt is the most pressing issue facing our nation today. It currently stands at $19 trillion, an increase from $10 trillion in 2009 when Obama took office. At this rate the national debt in 2026 could very well be $29 trillion. It would be difficult, if not impossible, to pay off this sum without producing devastating effects upon our economy.
    The national debt is the most pressing issue facing our nation today. It currently stands at $19 trillion, an increase from $10 trillion in 2009 when Obama took office. At this rate the national debt in 2026 could very well be $29 trillion. It would be difficult, if not impossible, to pay off this sum without producing devastating effects upon our economy.

    Let Hal know your priorities!

    Click the email link to send Hal issues and priorities. He is listening, learning and keeping notes in his "little black book." He promises that your priorities will inform his actions.

    Email: info@halbrownforcongress.com

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    We Need Your Support!

    If we are to preserve our blessed Republic, we need leaders ready to stand firm and make tough decisions. We cannot kick the can down the road any longer. If I am elected, I will strive to be faithful to the trust you place in me as your U.S. Representative.

    With your help, financial support and vote, I believe we can make a real difference. As Ben Franklin told Mrs. Powel when she asked what form of government the Founders had decided upon, Mr. Franklin said, “A republic if you can keep it.”

    We must work together to keep our Republic. Let us stand shoulder to shoulder.

    CAMPAIGN EVENTS

    July 2016

    Door-to-door to learn your priorities
    Call or Email us to find out new dates, times and places
    Phone: (573) 382-5616
    Email: info@halbrownforcongress.com
    Hal is on the move to learn what is important to you!

    Jul. 14, 2016, Thursday

    Meet and Greet with John Brunner and Hal. Cape Girardeau, MO. Call the campaign office for time and location.

    Jul. 18, 2016, Monday, 7pm

    Meet and Greet with Bev Randles. Boathouse Winery in Bloomfield. MO.

    . . . More events to be added. Stay tuned!

    Stand up for Missouri. Contribute to our campaign!

    Consider the Rule of 5’s:

    Five minutes. Five dollars. Five people.

    Consider: (1) volunteering five minutes a day to the campaign, (2) donating five dollars a week, and (3) contacting five citizens a week.
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    Contact Hal Brown:

     

    Mailing Address:
    2128 William St. #27
    Cape Girardeau, MO 63703

    Phone: (573) 382-5616
    Email: info@halbrownforcongress.com

    Countdown to the August 2, 2016
    Missouri Republican Primary!

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    U.S. Debt Clock

    The national debt is the most pressing issue facing our nation today. It currently stands at $19 trillion, an increase from $10 trillion in 2009 when Obama took office. At this rate the national debt in 2026 could very well be $29 trillion. It would be difficult, if not impossible, to pay off this sum without producing devastating effects upon our economy.