TIME TO EXIT THE RACE FOR U.S. SENATE
May the Best Man Win
ELKTON —Kentucky GOP Candidate Bill Johnson today issued the following statement regarding his decision to exit the U.S. Senate race.
“Magellan Strategies completed a poll for the campaign on Tuesday evening. The results were not encouraging for a continued run. It is time to gracefully and honorably exit the race for the U.S. Senate.
“I have no regrets. Spending time with men like Bob Heft (50 Star American Flag designer) and Dr. Alan Keyes (Pro-life advocate) has enriched my life. Talking with Kentucky’s Republican congressman during the past few months reassures me that good people are fighting hard for America. I am happy to say that we have some outstanding men and women serving at the state level, many of them have given me words of encouragement. And meeting conservative men and women across the state of Kentucky has renewed my faith that America will again head back to the Constitution.
“Trey and Rand are both good men. I have decided to remain neutral for now and clear of endorsements. Regardless of who wins the primary, I offer my full support to helping that candidate become our next U.S. Senator from Kentucky.
“I will spend the next few months relaxing and enjoying time with my family. I humbly thank all my supporters and volunteers for their efforts. My goal was to be your public servant in Washington but perhaps another opportunity will emerge in the future. I look forward to your continued friendship. Please stay in touch. Best Regards, Bill”
I cannot say how it saddens me to see such a strong passionate man leave this race at this time. With that being said, I truly honor and respect his decisions. I will continue to rally behind him anytime, any where..For me it was his passion, his principles and values that led me to support him and his platform. Like Mr. Johnson, I will refrain from endorsing a candidate in this race. None of them resonates for me the way that Johnson did. Bill, I wish you the best of luck with every endeavor and I feel very blessed to have been part of such a great team.
I would like to add, what a pleasure it was to have worked with some of the most passionate patriots that I’ve had the pleasure of working with. Names are many but if you are reading this, you know who you are~ A Patriotic Nurse