The Day newspaper focused on what it referred to as a “trio of candidates” who are challenging 10 year incumbent Joe Courtney, who has made a career out of being elected to public office. The article appears here- THE DAY
From the article-
Supports the gold standard
This is the third time that Novak is running for the seat, but the first that she’s won the state Republican Party’s nomination.
Novak said Courtney was a “good congressman” in his first term, working across the aisle and in the interest of the district but, after that, “he lost his way.”
“Today, we are less prosperous, less free and less safe than only a few years ago,” she said.
Novak, 59, who lives in Madison, worked for the State Department for about 10 years, including as a presidential appointee during the Reagan administration.
In 2001, she started ERUdyne, a consulting company for American companies looking to do business overseas. The company later shifted to doing homeland security work, she said. Her sister now runs the company, but Novak still works as a consultant.
Novak co-hosts the weekly cable television show “American Political Zone,” and the nationally syndicated radio show “Vernuccio-Novak Report.” Both are conservative leaning, and Novak said she’s been a lifelong Republican.
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