Chad Brock Wants Your Vote

Chad Brock is making his bid for president with his new single, “Put a Redneck in the White House,” which hits radio Monday, Aug. 18.

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Chad’s campaign slogan is “A Common Man for the Common Man,” and “Put a Redneck in the White House” has become his rallying cry. The anthem marks what Chad hopes will grow into a national write-in campaign through his official website, redneckinthewhitehouse.com.

“I mean, I know I don’t have a chance in the world,” Chad recently told Country Weekly. “That’s not why I’m doing this. I’m just trying to get people to think.” Chad adds, “Even if I don’t get elected, my hopes are that this campaign will inspire voters to look behind the candidates’ images and rhetoric for the real messages.” For more on Chad’s bid, pick up the Sept. 8 issue of Country Weekly, on newsstands Aug. 25.

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