The Trousdale County Meet and Greet was a tremendous success. As with all over the district the two biggest issues that we continue to hear are jobs and budget. Fortunately these are two of the main concerns that got me into the race to start with. We still believe if government will ease up on unneeded regulation and red tape many businesses would be in a position to start hiring again.
I was able to attend a Tea Party in Mount Juliet this week! It went great! For those of you that were able to attend you heard a lot of like minded conservative constituents that are very frustrated with the current attitude of our tax and spend government.
We had a booth at the Mile Long Yard Sale in Watertown on Saturday. We had beautiful weather and excellent turnout. We were able to meet with many citizens that are very upset with the current government and we helped register them to vote .
We have a volunteer meeting coming up on May 1st from 10:30 am until noon at the Ponderosa Steakhouse in Lebanon. If you are interested in helping in any way please come to this meeting or contact me at [email protected]! Remember no one can do everything but everyone can do something!
On Tuesday, April 27th I will be attending a Republican Rally in Trousdale County. This event will be held at the People’s Bank at 328 Broadway in Hartsville at 7pm. This will be a great opportunity to come out and meet the candidates. I look forward to seeing you there!
We have an upcoming fundraising event on April 29, 2010. This will be a Spaghetti Dinner at The Depot Junction in Watertown at 6:30pm. The cost is $10 per person. For more information contact the Depot Junction at 237-3976.
Thank you for your support!
We had a very good week. People are very upset. They have shared with me their concerns about how it seems our government has lost its direction of common sense values that our founding fathers sought to establish when they wrote our constitution. Every day the people that we met with were very open to hearing what our campaign is about.
1) Traditional Tennessee Values
2) Common Sense Approach to Budget Issues
3) Education — Let Teachers Teach and Parents Parent!
4) Term Limits
5) Job programs that really work!
Yes our week has been very productive. Next week we will back in Watertown and Woodbury. We have a booth next Saturday in the Watertown mile long yard sale. We are right off the square in Watertown and will be doing a voter registration drive as well as passing out information about our campaign. We look forward to seeing you there.