Olympic Peninsula Fred Thompson Presidential Team Organizes Rapidly
September 11, 2007
Clallam County, WA - Last week, within its first two days, the Fred Thompson campaign in Clallam County amassed nearly 100 supporters, who endorsed the gentleman's candidacy for president. Please contact Ryan Kent Smith, Washington Regional Volunteer Coordinator, for more info about Fred Thompson for President: SaveFreedom@gmail.com .
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Smith, who worked for the Senator Phil Gramm and Steve Forbes presidential campaigns, in addition to numerous local and state political races, indicated that endorsements for Fred Thompson are coming fast and furious, "... rolling in at a rate I haven't witnessed in other campaigns, for so early in the race especially. From the first day, when I spoke with people, many were telling me why the country needs Fred before I could get a word in edgewise. It's great, just like forget-me-nots... this news is spreading without any use of fertilizer. He doesn't mince words," he said.
Currently, plans are being made to arrange a Fred Thompson event on the Olympic Peninsula. Few presidential candidates in history have invested time campaigning in the Olympic Northwest. "We are doing our best to facilitate just that," Smith said, without yet guaranteeing a Peninsula calendar date for Thompson. "The Olympic Peninsula deserves some attention from the next president, and Fred has a lot of ideas that will help out here, with his focus on American competitiveness and conservation without tossing our private property rights to the wind."
Clallam County supporters include:
"I believe there are more instances of the abridgement of the freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachments of those in power than by violent and sudden usurpations."
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