Join us in Louisville next Saturday
The Rand Paul for U.S. Senate campaign is off to a great start thanks to strong and faithful supporters like you. The polls continue to indicate that victory is a real possibility and the experts who wrote us off only a few months ago are now all singing a different tune.
The freedom movement has made great strides recently as more Americans wake up and join our cause. The movement is growing because the message is right and the need is so great right now. As you know, Rand has crossed Kentucky many times in his car finding hard-working Americans alarmed by the sharp turns taken by our government and ready to return to a steadier course.
On Saturday, January 30, Congressman Ron Paul will join Rand in Louisville, Kentucky.
Rand and Ron will meet at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center Entrance B, Room 101 at 4:00 pm ET at 937 Phillips Lane in Louisville. Those who join them will hear the latest news from both men about the battle for freedom in America and how one U.S. Senate campaign in Kentucky will usher in the next stage of the fight. Admission is just $25 per adult at the door and there is no charge for children. So bring the family and encourage all your friends to come, too. And come early to get a good seat!
A smaller gathering of supporters will join Rand and Ron at 3:00 pm ET at Entrance A, Room 100. Admission for this gathering is $500 per person. Please RSVP for this event to Ryan Hogan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And if you have time, help kick our campaign into high gear by joining us at the Wal-Mart parking lot at 7101 Cedar Springs Blvd in Louisville on the morning of the rally. Join Rand and his family as we collect voter data door-to-door from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm.
All donations will be accepted at the door. If you can't make it on Saturday but would like to support the effort, please click here to donate.
Thanks again for all you do to support Rand and to support the freedoms we value so much.
Rand Paul for U.S. Senate
Friday, January 22, 2010
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