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Music Legend Pat Boone Sings Praises of Jennifer Hulsey!

 

Pat Boone announces that candidate for GA House District 16 Jennifer Hulsey has earned the Honorary Guardian of Seniors’ Rights Award!

Cedartown, GA - Jennifer Hulsey is proud to announce that the legendary Pat Boone and the senior organization 60 Plus, has awarded her with the Honorary Guardian of Seniors Rights Award! She received this for her work in protecting seniors and their voices!

Hulsey is very proud of this award. Hulsey said, “Seniors are a top priority to me. I want seniors to know that I will be a voice working for them in the GA State House".

In a statement released by 60 Plus, Boone remarked, “I’m still singing at concerts, but today I’m singing the praises of Jennifer Hulsey. Seniors can depend on Jennifer Hulsey.” Boone, 78, and his wife of 57 years, Shirley, reside in Beverly Hills, California.

Boone is familiar to audiences as a star of music, film and television. Boone has had 38 top-ten hits since his recording career began in the 1950s, and, according to Billboard magazine, holds the record for the most consecutive weeks (220) on the charts by any performer.

Chairman Jim Martin, who founded 60 Plus in 1992, added “Jennifer Hulsey cares deeply about senior citizens and the issues that affect us the most, like healthcare, the economy, and public safety. She'll fight to protect the pocket books of seniors by keeping taxes low and opposing wasteful government spending. Seniors have to live within their means and so should government.

“Jennifer Hulsey is a woman of principle, and one of those rare public servants who backs up her words with action. Jennifer Hulsey will roll up her sleeves in Atlanta and get to work. Georgia seniors will have a true advocate working on their behalf with Jennifer Hulsey on the job."

The Association’s Guardian Award is presented to Democrats and Republicans based on their “senior friendly” voting records. The honorary award is given to those running for office and is based on their views on issues of importance to seniors. Previous recipients include Georgia U.S. Senators Saxby Chambliss (R) and Johnny Isakson (R), as well as former Georgia Representative Speaker Newt Gingrich, and State Housemen Jack Kingston (R-1), Tom Price (R-6) and Phil Gingrey (R-11). Democrat recipients include U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) and Rep. Sanford Bishop (D-GA).




In 2009, I received the Shining Scalpel Award from the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. The Shining Scalpel award has not been given to a non-physician in over 60 years. I was very proud to have been recognized. It was given in honor of my work in protecting the art of medicine. What an honor! I was humbled to have been chosen from among thousands of people across the country.
 
I am humbled by the support I have received so far in this campaign. Thank you for your support, and I look forward to serving you in the Georgia House of Representatives and the 16th District.