AFM: Has the past months changed your view of running for election?
SC: Not really since I've run for office several times before.
AFM: After meeting and interacting with local residents, what have you discovered is their No. 1 concern?
SC: Fear for America's economic situation and that Obama, Pelosi and Reid are doing exactly the wrong things to improve it.
AFM: How do you think you can achieve local residents’ desired change?
SC: With a Republican majority in Congress, we can work to reduce taxes and spending and get the private sector moving again.
AFM: What has been your biggest challenge to date?
SC: Fundraising. We've got millionaires in this race, and I'm trying to raise money from regular folks. But I have faith in the grassroots voters to help me to victory on Election Day.
AFM: Who has been you biggest supporter throughout your campaign?
SC: My wonderful wife, Colleen.
AFM: If you could change anything about your campaigning, what would it have been?
SC: Ask Dan Quayle for his fundraising list.
AFM: What will you be doing on Election Day?
SC: Greeting voters at the polls.
AFM: Where do you plan on celebrating should you win the election?
SC: At my home thanking my family and supporters—win or lose!
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