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Lubbock Republican Party sending campaigners to Ohio

From Lubbock County Republican Party:

The Lubbock County Republican Party, in conjunction with our friend Congressman Randy Neugebauer and his Liberty Project PAC, is proud to announce that we will be sending eight campaigners to Cleveland, Ohio. These volunteers will help in efforts to elect the Romney/Ryan ticket to the Presidency of the United States.

Coordinated and led by LCRP Vice Chairman Sondra Ziegler, the team will also consist of Ruth Schiermeyer, Deanne Clark, Abby Spencer, Caitlyn English, Evelyn Winn, Dennis Barnes, and LARW President Nitra Barnes.

The team will begin leaving Lubbock on Thursday, October 25th and will be engaged in a number of campaign activities in Ohio including walking blocks, phone banking and general efforts to get-out-the-vote for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. The polls in Ohio are beginning to trend towards the Republican ticket and we pray that our team is a major part of the effort that'll win this election.
"We wish this team great success and expect a Texas sized effort in the great State of Ohio", said Lubbock County Republican Party Chairman Carl Tepper.

Sondra Ziegler will be the point person for this effort and can be reached at 806-928-5389.

 

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