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David M. Hitch has been the conservative voice for the Omaha World-Herald, The Worcester Telegram & Gazette, and The Worcester Sun in a cartooning career that has spanned over three decades.

As a junior in high school in Omaha, Nebraska, Hitch won the prestigious Hallmark Nomination, along with a Scholastics National Gold Medal in Art, and also won recognition for his work in political cartooning, architectural design and writing. While in college at The University of Nebraska at Omaha, and beyond, he was honored with The National Newspaper Association's “Best Original Cartoon” Award, as well as several Sigma Delta Chi and New England Associated Press Awards for illustration and editorial cartooning. 

Married to Cindy Hitch, with four grown children, the Hitches have called Holden, Massachusetts their home since 1988.

David M. Hitch

David M. Hitch

An award-winning cartoonist, David M. Hitch has been a conservative voice for newspapers for more than 30 years.

The National Newspaper Association presented him with its Best Original Cartoon Award in 1987, and in 1989 he won an award for illustration in the New England Associated Press News Executives Association Page Presentation Contest.

He also founded a commercial art studio in 1986. In 1988 he self-syndicated a weekly editorial cartoon feature, Stating Opinions, to a dozen Nebraska newspapers. 

A native of Omaha, Neb., Hitch won numerous regional and national awards for art, writing and architectural design while still in high school. He produced cartoons for The Gateway, the school newspaper for the University of Nebraska, where he was an art major. He twice won national honors for collegiate cartooning, as well as a local Sigma Delta Chi Award in 1982.

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