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Ray McBerry For Governor 2010 - Unstoppable Momentum!
11 June 2009
Many exciting things are happening in our campaign for governor recently. The fact that virtually every guest speaker, including Governor Perdue, on Saturday last weekend at the 2009 State Republican Convention in Savannah found some way to inject the subject of States' Rights into their message following Ray's speech on Friday evening is testimony to the impact that our message for the last decade is finally having in Georgia.
Hundreds of delegates at the Convention shook Ray's hand personally and said that his was the best speech given all day on Friday and that it set the tone and theme for the rest of the speakers on Saturday.
Here is a brief list of some of the other extremely positive recent happenings...
At the Republican district conventions across the state, we polled SECOND in the governor's race in Dist 11 Cobb County, which is the largest Republican county in America! All of this after a mere two months of campaigning so far!
Our campaign is already organized in more than 90 counties across the state in only two months' time!
In the last month, our army of volunteers has already passed out nearly 20,000 push cards... by hand! One at a time! Person to person! We have the largest volunteer organisation in this race!
The 500 yard signs that we ordered a month ago... have already been put up all over the state!
In the last three weeks, Ray has won all three online polls in the governor's race... The Gainesville Times, The Monroe County Reporter, and the Political Vine!
Ray's Fox 5 News interview in Atlanta shocked the public that a candidate for governor would be so plain spoken for their rights against the feds, and it has resulted in a myriad of new volunteers! Here
Our first radio commercial is debuting on The Glenn Beck Show on AM640 WGST in Atlanta! Take a listen Here
Ray spoke at the Republican Party State Convention in Savannah on Friday 15 May 2009 on the subject of... States' Rights! .