Ray McBerry Campaign Update

19 Oct

Here is the latest email from the campaign.

Upcoming Opportunities to Hear Ray on the Issues

Haven’t met Ray McBerry in person yet? Have friends and family that you want to get to know Ray? Here’s some upcoming events that will enable everyone to be directly involved in the fastest growing campaign for governor here in our beloved state of Georgia.

As many of you know, Ray is entirely unlike the huge crowd of career politicians seeking to be Georgia’s next governor. Ray has never held a political office and therefore owes no political favors. He’s served as an educator, runs his own successful business, and is undoubtedly the strongest advocate for the restoration of constitutionally sound government of the lot.

Moreover, Ray wants Georgia out front leading the effort to rein in what a growing number of Georgians recognize is an out of control federal government that for too long now has disregarded the boundaries imposed upon it by the Constitution. He has advanced a comprehensive legislative agenda consisting of nearly a dozen new bills to get that underway and they have sponsorship in the upcoming Georgia legislative session. Ray is already hard at work for Georgia and we’ve not even elected him yet.

Please have a look at the schedule below and invite your friends and loved ones out to meet Georgia’s next Governor.

Tuesday October 20th

Cherokee County Patriots Meeting
National Guard Armory
1084 Marietta Hwy
Canton, Georgia
6 to 9PM

Wednesday October 21st

South Metro Young Republicans
Downtown Grill
1158 Senoia Road
Tyrone, Georgia
7 to 8:15PM

Thursday October 22nd

LaFayette Patriot Afternoon Coffee
Dairy Dip Restaurant
320 Villanow St
Lafayette, Georgia
5 to 5:45PM

Catoosa County Patriots Meeting
967 Graysville Road
Ringgold, Georgia 30736
6 to 7:45PM

Please also visit the very first multi-candidate money bomb at and see how well Ray is doing. And if you’ve not yet pledged, we’d ask you to please consider taking part in our history making campaign for the restoration of Liberty.   Afterall, what is your Liberty worth in dollars and cents?

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Posted by on October 19, 2009 in Election '10, Georgia


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