January 25, 2010

Some new faces for the 2010 elections

Posted in Uncategorized at 2:45 pm by gsoteapartygirl

Doc Gillenwater is running for Mel Watt’s seat  in the 12th Congressional District.  Please visit his website to learn more about his positions on the issues and find out how you can support his campaign.

Dr. James Taylor is running against Howard Coble in the 6th Congressional District.  He will be holding an event Friday evening, January 29th, in Liberty. UPDATE: The Jan. 29th event is postponed, due to the probability of inclement weather, probably to be rescheduled Feb 12.  I’ll let you know when I get details.  I really don’t know anything about him, but it can’t hurt to listen to what he has to say and see what you think!

Here are the details:
Liberty Showcase Theater
102 S. Fayetteville Street
Liberty, NC
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Social
7:00 – 8:30 Speakers
John Skvarla – Alliance For Bond Term Limits
B.J. Lawson – 2008 U.S. Congressional Candidate
Eddie Burks – U.S. Senate Candidate
James Taylor – U.S. Congressional Candidate – NC 6th District


  1. Mike said,

    You folks in Greensboro have a very special opportunity to meet your grassroots candidates from around the area coming up March 1st. Here are the details:

    Greensboro RLC March meeting

    “Meet the Liberty Candidates”


    Monday, March 1, 2010 7:00 PM!


    Mimi’s Cafe
    3322 W. FRIENDLY AVE

    Joining us will be congressional candidates Jim Taylor (6th District), Doc Gillenwater (12th District), Dan Huffman (13th District), and state house candidate Jon Hardister (57th district).

    The candidates will be speaking about their positions on the issues, with an informal get-together and discussion to follow.

    Mimi’s Cafe is located in the Friendly Center , at 3322 W. Friendly Ave , Greensboro .

    The Republican Liberty Caucus is a nationwide, grass roots organization devoted to the traditional Republican values of Free Enterprise, Limited Government, and Individual Freedom! Working within the GOP to elect liberty-oriented Republicans to office at all levels of government, the RLC has grown steadily since its founding in 1988. See http://www.rlc.org or http://www.facebook. com/group. php?gid=22119082 68 for further information.

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