Thursday, September 9, 2010
A new poll out today shows Roy Blunt again leading Robin Carnahan by double digits. According to Rasmussen Reports, Roy Blunt leads by 10 points (53%-43%). Read the poll here.
Missourians are responding positively to Roy Blunt's issues-based campaign. He is offering real solutions like his Jobs for Missouri plan to help create private sector jobs for Missourians by lowering taxes, stopping out-of-control spending, cutting red tape and producing more American energy.
Robin Carnahan has tried to make this campaign about anything but the issues Missourians care about. In her non-stop, negative false attack ads, Robin Carnahan attempts to hide her extreme liberal positions and her rubberstamp support for the job-killing agenda of Barack Obama, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi. Missourians are not being fooled by her attempts to distract from the real issues in this election.
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Tuesday, September 7, 2010
September 9--Central Committee Meeting & Volunteer Training, 7 PM. Headquarters Bldg., 1007 Franklin, Lexington. Speaker: Dan Centinello, Deputy Campaign Manager & Political Director of Roy Blunt Campaign.
Highway construction travel advisory: if you are coming from any direction on I-70, do not use Highway 13 at the Higginsville junction to get to Lexington. Highway 13 is closed north of Higginsville and the detour is a difficult one. Instead, take 131 north at the Odessa exit to Wellington and then take 24 Highway east to Lexington. Or if you can get to Highway 24 from any direction, take it straight to Lexington.
September 9-11--Concordia Fall Festival. Our booth will be open at 5 PM Friday and 10:30 AM Saturday; parade on Saturday begins at 6:15 PM.
September 16--Waverly Apple Jubilee--"Apple Auction", time TBA.
September 18--Higginsville Country Fair; parade at 3 PM. We will have a booth from 8 AM to 3 PM.
September 18--Waverly Apple Jubilee; parade, 6 PM.
September 21--First day to vote absentee.
September 23--Federated Republican Women's Meeting, 7 PM, Lafayette Hall, 10th and Franklin, Lexington. Refreshments served. Meeting open to public. Program: Joe Greeley, political director NW/KC region, Roy Blunt Campaign.
October 2-3--Lexington's Apples, Art & Antiques Festival in historic downtown Lexington. Details TBA.
October 6--Last day to register to vote.
October 7--Central Committee Meeting, 7 PM. Headquarters Bldg., 1007 Franklin, Lexington.
October 19--Farm Bureau Candidates Forum, 7 PM, Higginsville American Legion Hall.
October 28--Federated Republican Women's annual carry-in dinner and Candidates' Forum, 6:30 PM at the Higginsville Community Building in the park. Open to public.
November 2--ELECTION DAY!
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