Wednesday, July 23, 2008

DNC, RNC drives coming to NC

Democratic national chairman Howard Dean brings his voter registration drive to North Carolina Friday, with stops in Raleigh, Greensboro and Charlotte.

It's part of a "Register for Change" bus tour that started in Crawford, Texas, and is traveling the country leading up to next month's Democratic convention in Denver.

Dean will rill into Charlotte for a 3:30 p.m. event at the Margery Thompson Professional Development Center, 428 West Boulevard.

Meanwhile, Republican national chairman Mike Duncan today has begun his own “Victory 2008 Tour.” He'll meet with state GOP leaders and talk about John McCain's campaign. That tour also is scheduled to stop in North Carolina, though no schedule has been released.

2 comments:

jprotzman10 said...

Good luck to Duncan. Nobody wants to talk or hear about John McCain. Not even John McCain, who has been canceling media events all day.

His trip to an oil rig in the Gulf got canceled because of the hurricane and that small spill of a half-million gallons of heavy fuel oil in the Mississippi. Not exactly the kind of backdrop you want for promoting off-shore oil exploitation. I'm almost starting to feel sorry for the old guy - but no worries. He won't get my sympathy vote.

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