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Jed Duggar to run for office, promises to “defend” the Second Amendment and “stand up for religious freedom”

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Jed Duggar has announced that it has been brought into the political process.

The old “19 Kids and Counting” star, 20, took to Instagram on Monday to announce his candidacy for representative of the state of Arkansas. The reality TV star said that he is the “conservative” values.”

“I am announcing my candidacy for Representative of the State of Arkansas, District of, 89 of Springdale. I would very much appreciate your prayers, support and your vote!” Duggar wrote on Instagram.

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“I’m a Conservative. Be Pro-Life. Pro-Second Amendment. Pro-Religious Freedom. 🇺🇸 To combat the Opioid Crisis. The Lower Tax Rates. More Jobs & Growth. A strong Economy,” he continued.

Duggar explained his platform, in a video on the social media site.

“Northwest Arkansas is the economic engine of our state, and our local employment and economy are dependent on the number of staff who have a good sense of the market-based approach to the reform of the law. I’m going to fight for a sound fiscal policy, and tax relief for all Arkansans,” Duggar noted.

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Duggar stated that he will ” unequivocally advocate for conservative values.”

“I’m a Christian and I will stand up for the freedom of religion, I am pro-life, and will be an advocate for the unborn, and I will always defend the Second Amendment.”

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“With your help, I will be a strong, conservative voice of arkansas-Little Rock for the District’s 89,” he concluded.

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