I met Sam Faddis this week at a cafe near Union Square, where we sat down to talk about intelligence reform and other topics—among them, Sam’s run for Congress. Although SOFREP doesn’t endorse political candidates, I’ve written a lot about intelligence and military reform here on SOFREP. This is an issue that Sam feels passionately about as well.

This fall, he will be up against an incumbent who has been in Congress for decades. If you read through Sam’s policy positions and think he is someone who could advance the conversation about intelligence reform, consider him as a potential representative in Congress.

For my part, I’ll be keeping a close watch on his political campaign in the coming months.

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