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Representative Kevin Hern of the great state of Oklahoma joins the podcast this week to discuss his journey to Congress. Turns out, it is possible to go from hog farmer to congressman. We cover the issues small businesses are facing today, including the struggle to fill jobs, and what the short- and long-term impacts of the Build Back Better Act are on the economy.
U.S. Rep. Kevin Hern is a Republican representing Oklahoma’s 1st District. He was born on an Air Force Base and gained an early appreciation for the sacrifices that military families make. In high school, Kevin earned an Architectural Drafting Certificate at a Career Technology school, which he used to work and pay for his Engineering degree. Later in life, he earned his MBA. He went on to work as an Aerospace Engineer for Rockwell. Then began saving to purchase his first McDonald’s Restaurant by starting and operating small business ventures: writing computer programs to automate tasks for businesses, real estate, and even hog farming. Kevin Hern was sworn into Congress on November 13th, 2018, serving the remainder of Congressman Jim Bridenstine’s term. Kevin and his wife Tammy live in Tulsa and have three children.
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