Former Congresswoman Sandy Adams has already stated that she was strongly “exploring” the possibility of running for the U.S. Congress in Florida’s 6th district. But considering all of the moves Adams has been making since making that statement, it seems as if that “potential” run for congress is imminent.
During a recent phone interview with the popular former congresswoman, we learned that Adams was already been making the fundraising calls, and setting up meetings with the financial movers and shakers from that congressional district.
According to Adams, because of the overwhelming show of support and encouragement from potential campaign supports within that congressional district has she has decided that she needed to step up her best campaign efforts, saying that she would not being doing so, if the this level of support did not exist.
If and when Adams jumps into the soon-to-be contested Republican primary race in Florida’s CD 6, Adams will have the upper hand, and would immediately be considered to be the favorite, or front runner in the race.
Regardless of who else gets into the race, they will have to contend with Adams’ proven hawkish foreign policy position. Foreign affairs and national security are issues that will top all other issues moving into the 2016 general election cycle
Adams, who is a former law enforcement officer and veteran of the U.S. Air Force, invoked President Ronald Reagan in written statement she furnished to the Shark Tank.
I believe in the words President Ronald Reagan stated, “peace through strength”. In a time when Russia is invading sovereign countries, ISIS and Islamist extremism is on the rise, and Iran is moving closer and closer to a nuclear weapon this is not the time to show weakness or “lead from behind.” I support our allies in the Middle East as they combat the rise of terrorism and threats from their neighbors. America should stand with Israel and our Middle East allies and let everyone know we will not fail in our resolve to protect our citizens from both within and outside our borders.-Sandy Adams
During a House Oversight Committee hearing on October 10, 2012, then-Congressman Adams grilled the deputy assistant secretary for security at the State Department Charlene Lamb, over the security failures that occurred during the Islamic terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
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