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Title: Reflecting on an Engaging Conversation with Congressional Candidates Lily T. Williams and Chris Eddy


It was indeed an honor to sit with Congressional Candidates Lily T. Williams and Chris Eddy today. Their unique stories and perspectives contribute significantly to the vibrant tableau of American political discourse.


Candidate Lily Williams' journey, in particular, offers an inspiring narrative of resilience and determination. Born to illiterate working-class parents in China's Sichuan province during Mao's Cultural Revolution, she experienced the harsh realities of social chaos, food rationing, and Communist indoctrination. Despite these adversities, Williams' work ethic and perseverance led her to graduate from Fudan University with an undergraduate law degree.


Williams moved beyond the constraints of her challenging background, transitioning from practicing corporate law in Shanghai to studying in the United States, a journey she undertook with limited financial resources and restricted English language proficiency. Nevertheless, she successfully earned a Master's degree in Administration and Planning from the University of Texas at Austin. Her drive to succeed in her adopted country is an exemplary testament to her indomitable spirit.


As a professional, Williams expanded her horizons further, working for Wyoming Home Health as a medical social worker before transitioning to executive roles in Hong Kong and the U.S. corporations. Her entrepreneurial spirit eventually led her to establish her consulting business and manage real estate properties.


From being a law school assistant professor at Fudan University to an American entrepreneur and educator, Williams has navigated a unique trajectory. Currently, she serves as the chair of the New Hampshire Asian American Coalition and has previously been an elected Supervisor of the Checklist in Town of Weare, NH. Her professional evolution illustrates her deep commitment to public service and her adoptive community in the United States.


Her political aspirations, as seen in her candidacies for the Colorado State House in 2014 and the U.S. Senate in 2016, are fueled by her love for America and her desire to share her narrative of the American Dream. Furthermore, Williams is an ardent voice against Communism/Marxism/Maoism, utilizing her lived experiences to educate others about their potential implications.


In the midst of her busy schedule, Williams has found time to contribute opinion articles to National Review, Town Hall, The Epoch Times, Union Leader, and the Concord Monitor. Her media engagements span an impressive array of platforms such as Fox & Friends First, Tucker Carlson Tonight, and The Glenn Beck Program. She has utilized these avenues to educate people across the country, especially students, about her experiences and the lessons she has gleaned from them.


Finally, I would like to extend my gratitude to Congressional Candidate Chris Eddy for his presence in today's conversation. The dynamic discourse facilitated by both candidates reflects the rich diversity and vibrancy of the American political landscape.


I, Bob Sutton, remain inspired by these individuals who, driven by a sense of duty and commitment to public service, have chosen to contribute to the collective vision of America's future.


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