It’s Official Boyce To Take On Carper For U.S. Senate Seat

Video Snippet From Boyce’s Facebook Page

Boyce announced that he was considering a run in March

Chuck Boyce

Newark – Chuck Boyce has filed with the Federal Elections Commission to run for Delaware’s United States Senate seat in 2018. Boyce, a Delaware business owner, is the only Republican filed for the race, according to a statement released by Boyce.

“Each period of transition creates a time of radical divisiveness throughout the country. I’m eager to provide a much-needed respectful and outside voice as a Rational Republican,” Boyce said. “We must end the musical chair mentality that is plaguing what it means to be a public servant. I look forward to providing the people of Delaware an alternative.”

Boyce is an international best-selling author, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and owner of Brandywine Executive Center in Wilmington.

His successful business career has solidified Boyce’s strong fiscal conservative values, however he believes the federal government is distracted by party politics. “Delawareans deserve better than what is currently being delivered in Washington,” Boyce said. “It’s time to focus on getting our priorities straight.”

Those priorities include recovering our economy, education, and better treatment of veterans, Boyce said.

Boyce has one teenage daughter and resides in Middletown.

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