Press Release to National & Hawaiian News Outlets
KAILUA-KONA, HAWAII – On Tuesday, Republican businessman and veteran, Tim Dalhouse, announced his campaign for U.S. Senate in Hawaii against Democrat incumbent Brian Schatz.
Dalhouse retired from the United States Marine Corps as a Master Gunnery Sergeant following almost 24 years of active duty. He deployed all over the world including on the USS Bataan as an Avionics Chief, but his greatest honor was serving as a Casualty Escort that brought three fallen Marines home during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Following his retirement, Dalhouse worked as a project manager for government contractors and private businesses before founding his own company, PM-ProLearn, in 2017. PM-ProLearn is an active military and veteran focused business that gives active military, veterans, and their families the skills needed and the training to enhance military readiness across all the branches of the military and then ultimately help military members transition to successful civilian careers.
“I started my business because as a veteran and American, I have always put my family and community first. It is time we had members in Congress that did the same. I am running for U.S. Senate to end the one party rule and give a voice to all Hawaiians. Our families are struggling to afford gas, housing, and groceries while the Biden Administration spends away more of our precious dollars,” said Dalhouse. “As your next U.S. Senator, I will put personal politics aside and fight for policies that will put all Hawaiians first.”
The Democratic one party rule in Hawaii has been complicit in President Biden’s failure of a presidency. Hawaii has not had a republican represent them in the U.S. Senate since Hiram Fong retired in 1977; it’s time to change that. Dalhouse is ready to put Hawaii first by taking on the far-left; ensuring parents’ rights in the classroom; protecting all life; ending runaway inflation, wasteful spending and overtaxing; and putting our veterans at the forefront of their care, not government bureaucracy.