Promoting himself as a conservative self-made businessman, Tom MacArthur’s first mail piece of the post convention season hit mailboxes on Saturday.
The introductory mailer contains what the Republican candidate for Congress in the 3rd District describes as his conservative platform as he seeks a June Primary win over movement conservative Steve Lonegan, the former mayor of Bogota.
The former chairman and CEO of York Risk Services Group, Inc. and former mayor of Randolph, millionaire insurance man MacArthur vows to “get rid of Obamacare and replace it with reforms that truly lower costs.”
The mail piece hits all the biographical segments of his life: “Self-made success story,” “A tight knit family,” “involved in the community,” and “turning adversity into hope.”
Since 2005, a charitable organization founded by MacArthur and his wife, IGH, has helped fund and support programs for “everything from wounded veterans to children orphaned by AIDS in Africa,” the mail piece notes. “They have given over 1,600 wheelchairs to persons around the world, in memory of their daughter Gracie [a special needs child who died at the age of 11], and contributed to local soup kitchens and homeless shelters for those in need.”