Ned brings experience and passion to his voters, supporters, and constituents. In 1993 Ned was recognized as Insurance Salesman of the Year after selling the largest single policy in state history to Phil Connors, a Pittsburgh-based weather man. He attributes his success to his relentless approach to prospecting and taking advantage of opportunities. So aggressive was Ned that his fellow agents gave him the nickname “Ned the bull”. Ned brings the same tenacity to his constituents as he fights for entitlement and budget reform to keep our country from going over the cliff because he knows “that first step is a doozy.”
Ned graduated from Case Western High School where we was famous for his whistling belly button trick and would have been class president were it not for a bad case of the shingles his senior year. A true people person, it is not uncommon for Ned to invite old friends over for dinner at a moment’s notice.
Ned’s experience in the insurance industry gives him the perspective necessary to tackle our country’s biggest problems – entitlements and health care. He has personally watched colleagues live and die by the actuarial tables and knows it’s an economic fact that the government will do the same. If we can’t put our entitlement programs on actuarially sound footing they will surely bankrupt the country. Ned favors strong property rights as the best mechanism for organizing society and its relationship with government.
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