Sandwich State Rep. Randy Hunt Holds 2018 Campaign Kickoff Event

SANDWICH – State Representative Randy Hunt (R) held his 2018 campaign kickoff event on Thursday night at the Pilot House in Sandwich.

Supporters gathered at the restaurant to donate and hear from Hunt about what he’s done, what he’s currently working on and what he wants to tackle.

“I’m committed to this office of state representative, I will be on the ballot in 2018 and they can count on that and they can count on the continuity of services that we’ve provided since I was first elected in 2011,” said Hunt.

The Republican is seeking another two-year term and said that the event was a way to let us constituents and supporters know that he has more tasks ahead.

“It’s something that I wanted to do to make sure that not only do we have people understanding that I am fixed where I am and I want to continue to work, but also to point out that we have a few projects that last longer than the two years that you serve as a state rep,” said Hunt.

Those include trying to get competitive high-speed internet service for residents, other than Comcast, which he said could be a three year project.

In June, Hunt held a cord-cutting workshop for Cape Cod residents at Cape Cod Community College where he discussed many ways people can cut their cable cord and save money.

Hunt said he’s continuing to focus on the addiction crisis and the project being conducted by the Army Corps of Engineers to possibly replace the bridges.

Hunt also currently serves as the ranking minority member on the Healthcare Financing Committee.

Barnstable County Commissioner Rob Beaty, a fellow Republican, has said he may challenge Hunt in the primary.


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