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Published on Jun 12, 2012
Learn more about Chuck at: www.ChuckForCongress.com
Chuck has a lot to thank his mother for; she loved him so much. She was diagnosed with cancer when he was nine, and she passed away when he was 13. He lived on his own at 16, mopped floors for $2.10 an hour, and paid his way through college. It was difficult, but he had his faith. He didn't grow up with much, but both of his parents taught him early that if you worked hard, and did the right thing, you can achieve the American dream.
Work ethic forged from humble beginnings, hardened by life experiences.