“I’m excited,” said Liljenquist. “It’s something I’ve been considering for sometime with my wife and we feel it is what we should do.”
Liljenquist resigned from the State Senate last month after receiving accolades for his pension and Medicaid reforms in the Legislature.
“We have to do something to get out of this fiscal train wreck our country is in” he said. “ We have had a generation of politicians who haven’t done anything about it. I’m determined to get something done.”
PLEASE SEE FULL STORY IN THURSDAY'S CLIPPER, JAN. 5.