Cuddy told CQ Politics that his drive to restore fiscal conservatism as well as combat widespread federal corruption prompted him to enter the race.
"There's a growing awareness that we can't keep spending ourselves to the extent we are," Cuddy said Wednesday, speaking by phone from. "We can't continue doing business the way we've been doing business."
The two issues he mentions are the two driving forces behind the charge to get Stevens out of the Senate. We absolutely need to cut spending and corruption in Washington, and Stevens isn't part of the solution. It sounds cliche but he's part of the problem if you examine his record. Here's hoping Mr. Cuddy pulls off the upset.-Caomhin