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Lee Sowers is running as an independent for city council for Charlotte, North Carolina’s first district in 2013. Lee is a U.S Navy veteran and has worked as a fitter/welder, draftsman/detailer, and as an engineering designer. Lee Sowers is currently employed as an Information Systems Manager for McCulloch England Associates Architects. Sowers has volunteered with the Charlotte Jaycees, serving as a past director, and is currently on the board of his local Homeowners Association. Sowers describes himself as a fiscal conservative and socially progressive.
Anthony Haslage holds a Master of Public Administration (Management/Human Resources) degree from the University of Akron and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Kent State University (Management). He also holds two Associate degrees from Lorain County Community College, Applied Business (Management) and Arts (Journalism). In addition, Haslage also holds over a dozen certifications from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and holds positions of leadership within a number of local and national non-profit organizations.
Pat Martin is a twenty-seven year old training manager at a software company in Edmond, Oklahoma. Currently, he resides in Jones, Oklahoma. Formerly a registered republican, he now supports the Modern Whig Party in their calls for fiscal responsibility, energy independence, and the improvement of education in America. Urged by friends and family to run for office, Pat made the decision to run for the U.S. House of Representatives in Oklahoma’s fifth district where he’s lived for thirteen years.
Born into a family of meager financial means, Benjamin Hall, III has experienced firsthand the struggle that accompanies difficult economic times. Ben also encountered challenges in the academic world, where teachers doubted his ability to rise above his humble beginnings and achieve higher education; however, he knew he had the potential to succeed and refused to compromise his goals. In 1975, Ben enrolled at the University of South Carolina, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1977, with honors.