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Candidate James Judge - U.S. House - Florida District 12

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James Judge is a God-fearing Christian, husband, life-long Republican, businessman and decorated war veteran.

James was born in Clearwater, Florida, attended Skycrest Christian School, Oak Grove Middle School, Dunedin High School and graduated from Eckerd College. From 2003-2007, James was in the U.S. Coast Guard, where he served in Operation Iraqi Freedom aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Adak from 2004-2005, and later in Miami as a public affairs specialist from 2005-2007.

From 2010-2011, James served at the International Security Assistance Force Joint Command under General David Petraeus in Kabul, Afghanistan as a spokesman for NATO and the U.S. Department of Defense.

Following that assignment, James returned to Tampa where he began consulting and later founded Judge Public Relations, a PR and marketing firm headquartered in Tampa.

I am running for Congress because I swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution, and our values are under attack.

I am a God-fearing, Constitution-loving, fiscal and social conservative, who believes in a limited federal government.

The only thing Washington should be mandating is freedom!

To sum it up in one sentence, I believe in returning to America’s Christian values and restoring our God-given liberties.

Immigration - We should put a complete moratorium on immigration until we can fix our broken immigration system.

Border Security - We need to secure the border by finishing the wall and requiring law enforcement and prosecutors to enforce existing laws.

Economy - Congress must stop printing money and spending money it does not have.

Education - The DOE should be abolished, and the Bible should be reintroduced into American public education.

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