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  Rash, James W. "Jim"
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AffiliationLibertarian  
  2010-01-01  
 
NameJames W. "Jim" Rash
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Dover, Delaware 19904, United States
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Websitehttp://www.jimrash.com/
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"I'm a military veteran. I served in the Navy and in the Army National Guard. I believe in having a strong military. I don't believe in using the military for nation building. The Constitution makes it clear that our armed forces are for defending the United States. They've become a tool for the United Nations and I personally resent it. No American should be put in harm's way to carry out the will of the U.N. I think the United States should get out of the U.N. and that the U.N. should get out of America.

Politically, I'm the State Chair for the Libertarian Party of Delaware. Professionally, I'm a real estate broker (RashTeam.com). I grew up in Harrington but have also lived in California and Florida. I went to Delaware State College for a year after getting out of the Navy, then moved to California and attended Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo and Bakersfield College in Bakersfield. While in California I worked in radio (rock-and-roll and contemporary Christian) on-air, selling advertising, and in management. Other than that you may be interested in knowing that I've played in bands off-and-on since high school. Most recently I played with a couple of other guys in an acoustic classic-rock band called Newspaper Taxi (NewspaperTaxi.com)."


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