Instead, he made a list of 13 laws he wanted to help pass during his two-year term. Some things, like decreasing the tax rate, were in the pipeline, he said. Others -- like passing legislation in the
"I feel like I've made a lot of headway," Dunn said. "Six months in and I need a new list."
It's only been six months since Dunn was sworn in to represent the
"It's very competitive out there," Bense said. "You have to show strength."
While Dunn has been spending most of his time in
"He's worked this district hard," Bense said.
Though the midterm elections are over a year away, Bense said candidates should start raising money by mid-summer, adding "the early bird gets the worm." For the 2016 election, Dunn announced his candidacy in
As for life on
"There's some good stuff there," he said. "You just don't see it."
By all accounts, Dunn faced a difficult primary fight last year, edging out his opponent,
"But if it is, I certainly will be ready," he said.
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